The World Trade Organization’s Doha Development Round is looking to the final phase of its negotiations, which some participants hope will lead to the elimination of import duties on cars, trucks, vans and auto parts among the WTO’s 151 member countries. That has been the ambition of a special automobile “sectoral negotiation” within the Doha Round’s market access for non-agricultural products (or NAMA) talks, which WTO member countries hope to write into an overall completed Doha ...

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