By Charlie Dunmore, Reuters
European Union governments and lawmakers remained deadlocked on how to regulate the production and sale of food from cloned animals, following all-night talks in Brussels that ended on Thursday morning.
EU sources said the remaining sticking point was a demand by lawmakers in the European Parliament for a full EU ban on the sale of food derived from cloned animals and, crucially, their offspring.
EU governments and the bloc’s executive support an EU ban on the use of cloning for food production, and on the import and sale of food from clones.
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