Blog: Doha doom and gloom
Catherine Sleep | 27 July 2006
In what can only be referred to as a diplomatic catastrophe, the Doha Round of the WTO talks came crashing to a halt earlier this week. The poor countries that the world has been trying to help will just have to wait, won’t they?
Fortunately for just-food members who want to know the ins and outs of the negotiations, and the likely outcome if and when they resume, we have our policy expert Keith Nuthall to hand. Keith has burned the midnight oil for us, delivering the August management briefing early so that our readers can get bang up to date on this extremely intricate matter.
If I said his warts-and-all analysis contained the words protectionism, spin and standoff, would you be surprised?
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