BRUSSELS, May 19 (Reuters) - Russia and the European Union are 90 percent of the way to a deal on Moscow's World Trade Organisation (WTO) entry, although the last 10 percent involves tough issues, Trade Commissioner Pascal Lamy said on Wednesday. The two sides have said they want to strike a deal in time for a summit in Moscow on May 21, but key issues which remain are a timeframe for Russia to raise gas prices and over import duties on various goods, he told reporters. To enter the WTO, ...
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