By  on June 25, 2007

GENEVA — The 150 members of the World Trade Organization have given director general Pascal Lamy the task of salvaging the Doha trade talks, which were dealt a serious blow with the collapse of negotiations among the U.S., European Union, Brazil and India.

The failure by trade and agriculture ministers from these countries, known as the G4, on Thursday to narrow their differences over lowering barriers to agriculture and industrial tariffs forced the powers to abandon their parallel talks and allow the search for a deal to emerge through the overall WTO.

To Read the Full Article
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Tap into our Global Network

Of Industry Leaders and Designers

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus