BRUSSELS, May 20 (Reuters) - The European Commission said it was studying a revised set of proposals issued late on Monday to unblock world trade talks and repeated it would not accept a deal that it considered to be bad for Europe. "The European Commission is working hard to achieve a fair and balanced outcome to the current round of WTO talks," Peter Power, a spokesman for EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson, told reporters on Tuesday. "We have stressed that there will be no deal ...
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