BRUSSELS, May 20 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest employers lobby said on Tuesday it was concerned that a revised set of proposals to unblock world trade talks would allow developing countries to shield entire sectors from imports. But there were some positive elements in the text released at the World Trade Organisation on Monday such as progress on sector-specific deals to cut import duties and lowering non-tariff barriers, an official with BusinessEurope said. (Reporting by William Schomberg)
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