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KUALA LUMPUR, Oct 19 (Bernama) -- Developing countries in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) should not be overloaded by unnecessary non-trade issues that could be detrimental to them as they have to fulfil the obligations agreed upon earlier under the WTO agreement, a conference was told today.
Martin Khor, the director of the Third World Network, said the overloading situation if prolonged, would create other problems to developing countries in the implementation of the earlier agreements.
Among the unrelated issues which the rich countries have been trying to incorporate in the WTO pact, he said, were environment and labour issues.
Other issues …