WASHINGTON — At least one sub-Saharan African country is expected to step forward in Mauritius this weekend and call for an emergency meeting of the World Trade Organization to discuss the negative impact of the elimination of global textile and apparel quotas on Jan. 1.

The main goal of the talks, set for Monday and Tuesday at the meeting here of the Group of 90 (G-90), which represents the world’s poorest nations, is to reach an agreement on agriculture issues that have divided rich and poor countries in the current round of global talks. But textile and apparel quotas are expected to figure prominently.

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