By Missy Ryan WASHINGTON, April 25 (Reuters) - World Trade Organization chief Pascal Lamy pressed U.S. lawmakers this week to renew White House trade negotiating powers, which run out in two months time, or risk failure of world trade talks. Sen. Chuck Grassley, top Republican on the Senate Finance Committee, told Reuters after meeting with Lamy on Wednesday that Congress must at least signal it intends to renew fast track, "or people around the world and within the WTO are not going to ...
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