BRUSSELS, May 23 (Reuters) - Europe's biggest employers lobby slammed a new set of World Trade Organisation proposals for unblocking a global trade deal on Friday, saying they represented a "step backwards for trade liberalisation". In a letter to EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson, BusinessEurope said the proposals for lowering barriers to trade in industrial goods under the WTO's Doha round would give an "unfair advantage" to competitive sectors in emerging economies. (Reporting by ...
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