Trade ministers from member countries of the World Trade Organization have concluded their weeklong series of meetings in Hong Kong with what some critics are calling a watered-down framework for negotiations. The long-running trade talks began in 2001 in Doha, Qatar, focusing on using trade to improve the lot of developing nations. But negotiations have stalled over government farm subsidies. (See related story: Auto Makers Focus on Hong Kong Trade Summit ) The latest guidelines contain ...
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