Big step taken in WTO talks - Brazil


GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - Ministers meeting to thrash out a breakthrough in world trade talks took a big step forward on Friday, Brazilian Foreign Minister Celso Amorim said. "This is a big step," Amorim told reporters, adding there was a convergence among the biggest trade powers on the central numbers involved in the negotiations, although there were still many areas up for discussion. Brazil has played a key role in the talks as major agricultural exporter and one of the world's ...

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