* Trade deal requires new offers by all * Australia ready to do its bit By Jonathan Lynn DAVOS, Switzerland, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Trade ministers must set an example of compromise when they meet on Friday to negotiators in the long-running Doha trade talks if they also want the backing of voters back home, trade policy-makers said. The European Union, the world's biggest exporter, is hosting a dinner for trade ministers from the other key players -- Australia, Brazil, China, India, ...
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