Doha Round’s halt a setback, not end Lamy
Sep 25, 2006 | 10:49 AM
Pascal Lamy, the World Trade Organization's director-general, said Monday that with the suspension of the Doha Round, the world may have missed out on a "major, maybe unique," opportunity to integrate more vulnerable economies into international trading and make strides to end poverty.
But despite the collapse of the multilateral trade talks, which were suspended in July when industrialized nations would not compromise on agricultural tariffs, Lamy said the suspension marks a setback, not an end, to the WTO's mission of reducing global trade barriers.....
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