DOHA TALKS WILL STAY OPEN – MEMBERS PROMISE TO TRY AGAIN

BY KEITH NUTHALL THE WORLD Trade Organisation (WTO) Doha Development Round will not die, despite yesterday's collapse in ministerial talks. That was the overwhelming consensus of opinion at a meeting of the WTO's trade negotiations committee (TNC), which makes the formal decisions about the round. WTO director general Pascal Lamy said: "All members need now to seriously reflect about if and when we can jump the obstacle" left by the collapse - special food tariffs for developing countries. He was "convinced that there will be a next time" for ...


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