* Speedy accession contradicts Putin's industry goals * U.S. optimistic about Russia WTO progress * Russian delay appears to be conscious policy By Gleb Bryanski MOSCOW, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's drive to revive Russian industry with the help of handouts and protectionist measures is casting doubt on Moscow's push to join the World Trade Organisation in the near future. Russia has declared its commitment to completing a 17-year bid to join the WTO, with ...
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