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(From Business Line)
from BUSINESS LINE, July 05, 2006 The collapse of the WTO talks on the Doha Round in Geneva showed that the members were "far from the necessary convergence to be able to establish modalities in agriculture and NAMA, despite all the hard work put in by everyone." The only good news is that no one appears 'to want to throw in the towel'
The home page of the WTO (World Trade Organisation) doesn't mince words. It opens with this line: "We are now in crisis
Director-General to try to break impasse." Adjacent to this posting about Pascal Lamy's quote stands a stylish 'd', as the logo of the Doha Development Agenda, a.k.a. the Doha Round
This Round has been the focus of global attention and also the subject of varied statements about its fate. For instance, Irish Independent observes in a report 'Three hours ago,' that the Doha Round of WTO negotiations has been left in turmoil 'following the …