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Trade Tangle

Six key members of the World Trade Organization-the US, EU, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia-have failed to take forward the Doha round of world trade talks. The trade ministers met in New Delhi in the second week of April. In a joint statement, the countries agreed to set a new timeline for completing the talks, which they said they aim to finish by the end of this year. Here's a review of trade talks, the hurdles, and what's ahead.

Print Edition: July 15, 2007

Six key members of the World Trade Organization-the US, EU, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia-have failed to take forward the Doha round of world trade talks. The trade ministers met in New Delhi in the second week of April. In a joint statement, the countries agreed to set a new timeline for completing the talks, which they said they aim to finish by the end of this year. Here's a review of trade talks, the hurdles, and what's ahead.

Six key members of the World Trade Organization-the US, EU, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia-have failed to take forward the Doha round of world trade talks. The trade ministers met in New Delhi in the second week of April. In a joint statement, the countries agreed to set a new timeline for completing the talks, which they said they aim to finish by the end of this year. Here's a review of trade talks, the hurdles, and what's ahead.

Six key members of the World Trade Organization-the US, EU, Brazil, India, Japan and Australia-have failed to take forward the Doha round of world trade talks. The trade ministers met in New Delhi in the second week of April. In a joint statement, the countries agreed to set a new timeline for completing the talks, which they said they aim to finish by the end of this year. Here's a review of trade talks, the hurdles, and what's ahead.

 

 

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