DOHA TALKS COLLAPSE AFTER NINE DAY MARATHON NEGOTIATIONS

BY KEITH NUTHALL

THE WORLD Trade Organisation's (WTO) Doha Development Round negotiations appear to have broken down after nine days of tough, but ultimately fruitless negotiations, WTO officials told just-food.com. Diplomats were at 6.30pm GMT filing into a meeting of the WTO trade negotiations committee, expected to decide what happens next. A formal statement is anticipated this evening. Diplomats said developing countries such as India and China could not reach agreement with the United States over their right to protect their food producers in ...


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