By  on April 28, 2009

GENEVA — Faced with collapsing prices and sharp falls in production, poor West African cotton-exporting nations have renewed their demands for the U.S. and other rich nations to scrap trade-distorting subsidies in the sector.

The ambassador of Burkina Faso, Prosper Vokouma, speaking on behalf of the Cotton 4 nations in the troubled global Doha trade talks, said last week, “We do not want a last-minute solution imposed on us.”

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