WHEN World Trade Organization agricultural delegates met Sept. 23, a difference of opinion persisted regarding how to proceed with work on agriculture in the Doha Round talks.
The delegates remained deadlocked over India's refusal to adopt a legal text (or "protocol") on trade facilitation (streamlining customs and other border procedures) until a permanent solution is found to replace the interim decision on public stockholding in developing count
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