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The European Court of Justice recently ruled against Monsanto in its bid to stop an Argentinean company, Cetera, from selling so-called "Roundup Ready" soybeans, reports Genomics Law Report's John Conley. Cetera tried to take advantage of the fact that Monsanto doesn't hold a patent for the beans in Argentina, and also tried to export the beans to Holland. "The soy meal in question was seized by Dutch customs authorities.

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