THE WORLD Trade Organisation is about to embark on key discussions in its agriculture negotiations where diplomats will attempt to firm up broad proposals made last year, to allow detailed horse-trading to start next March. This month (June) discussions will focus on export subsidies and competition and in September on market access and domestic support.

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