Launch of general WTO round expected to delay agreement on food trade liberalisation
As WTO delegates prepare to meet at a key trade summit in Qatar, the food industry can only speculate on the effects a general trade round will have on food trade liberalisation. Keith Nuthall investigates what ongoing trade talks will mean for world agriculture, its major developed players and the developing countries that rely on food exports to survive.
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