GENEVA, Sept 23 (Reuters) - Switzerland's ambassador to the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Luzius Wasescha, has been proposed as the new chairman for the WTO's negotiations on industrial goods, trade sources said on Tuesday. Wasescha would replace Canada's Don Stephenson as industrial goods mediator following Stephenson's return to Ottawa in the summer and be responsible for guiding one of the core areas of the WTO's long-running Doha talks, next to agriculture. Rich and poor countries ...
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