By  on July 15, 2008

GENEVA — Tensions between industrial powers and major emerging nations are escalating before a crucial meeting of trade ministers from some 35 countries on Monday to seek a breakthrough in the Doha Round of global trade talks.

The latest revised blueprints for the two key segments of the talks — farm and nonagricultural market access, or NAMA, were circulated Thursday to give negotiators time to review and narrow differences and issues before the ministerial session. “These revised texts set the stage for a decisive moment in the Doha Round,” said Pascal Lamy, director-general of the World Trade Organization, which is sponsoring the round.

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