GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - Talks among seven key countries produced a possible compromise on Friday in the major issues in deadlocked talks at the World Trade Organisation (WTO). The proposals, on the basis of ideas floated by WTO Director-General Pascal Lamy and a "middle group" of countries led by Mexico, were reviewed by ministers from 35 key WTO players and will be considered by all 153 WTO members on Saturday. The compromise amends some of the latest WTO negotiating drafts ...
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