July 25 (Reuters) - Around 35 ministers are trying to work out a deal on agriculture and industrial goods at the World Trade Organisation, the core of the WTO's long-delayed Doha talks for a global trade deal. Following is a summary of some of the main issues: AGRICULTURE - The United States, the European Union and other rich countries are offering to cut farm subsidies and import tariffs to allow developing countries like Brazil to export more and encourage agribusiness in poor ...
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