WORLD: New WTO general negotiation round could delay current agricultural round
Diplomats at the World Trade Organisation will in the next five months decide whether to launch a new general round of negotiations, which member countries had hoped to launch at the disastrous trade summit at Seattle in 1999. Another WTO ministerial summit is to be held at Doha, Qatar, in November and diplomats hope to narrow their differences by July, to enable them to decide to attempt another general round launch at this meeting, which would look at every trade topic, including drinks, health and sanitary matters and e-commerce.
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