WTO ag discussions reflect disagreement

WTO ag discussions reflect disagreement

Lack of consensus on how to advance ag negotiations hinder WTO talks.

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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