The show is back on the road as the World Trade Organisation (WTO) launch fresh talks
After the embarrassment of last years' failed summit at Seattle, the World Trade Organisation has been making steady progress away from the glare of the media spotlight and, the hothouse atmosphere sparked by the riots involving environmental protestors.Criticised for being remote, dictatorial, confusing and ineffective after failing to agree a programme for food and drink the WBO has formally launched a new round of talks with a deadline of next March for negotiating proposals.
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