* Trade ministers sceptical of early WTO progress * U.S. sends only diplomat to Davos trade talks * Domestic politics cited as hurdle to trade pact By Gleb Bryanski and Gerard Wynn DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Trade ministers were sceptical on Saturday about the prospects of concluding stalled global trade liberalisation talks this year, with some blaming the United States for foot-dragging. Ministers from about 20 major economies held informal talks on the sidelines of ...
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