By Laura MacInnis GENEVA, June 23 (Reuters) - French President Nicolas Sarkozy's pointed criticism of the Doha free trade round were contradictory and did poor-country farmers a disservice, trade experts said on Monday. Sarkozy, a staunch defender of European Union farm subsidies that would be cut under a new World Trade Organisation (WTO) accord, called the deal being negotiated in Geneva "really counterproductive" in light of the world's food security crisis. "One child dies every 30 ...
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