By  on July 29, 2008

GENEVA — The Doha Round of trade liberalization talks fell apart Tuesday because of bitter differences among the U.S., India and China over farm trade issues.

The collapse came after nine days of round-the-clock negotiations in which ministers from about 35 key nations took part.

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