NEW YORK — If the World Trade Organization is going to work, then developing nations need to believe that they will benefit from opening their markets to imported goods, as well as gaining from better market access for their exports to wealthy nations.

That was the message of U.S. Trade Representative Robert Zoellick and European Union Commissioner for Trade Pascal Lamy at a Wednesday discussion at the Council on Foreign Relations, called "Globalization, Trade and Development: The U.S. and the EU, in for the Long Run?"

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