Unethical Behaviours by Organizations II

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A follow up from my post (http://www.environfocus.com/unethical-behaviours-by-organizations/)
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If there is a high possibility that a product could be harmful to humans and has been sited as such by the World health organization, it should not be sold to Nations that do not have the laws in place to control the product.That is why it is unethical and wicked to do so. Precautionary principle should be adhered to. Monsanto as a company is no saint. Did you know in Mexico, Monsanto was refused permit to plant their GM soya beans because evidence showed that honey production in Yucatánso, Mexico, will be under threat if they were allowed to do so. More information can be found here: http://www.theguardian.com/…/sweet-victory-beekeepers-monsa…

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