GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - None of the more than 30 countries represented in Friday's make-or-break meetings at the World Trade Organisation has rejected new compromise proposals for a global trade deal, a WTO spokesman said. "Everyone has some concerns. Every single member has some concerns," said WTO spokesman Keith Rockwell. But "no delegation said this paper should be rejected". The WTO has 153 members. The smaller group was convened for this week's talks to find a breakthrough in ...
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