July 28 (Reuters) - Ministers from 35 countries entered a second week of talks on Monday to rescue the World Trade Organisation's (WTO) Doha round on a new global trade pact. The talks aim to reach the outlines of a deal in the core areas of agriculture and industrial goods. Here are the main issues where the WTO's 153 members are still far apart -- and those where they are getting closer: WIDE APART 1. Cotton subsidies. Everyone agrees these must come down faster than support for ...
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