GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - Global trade talks which had appeared on the brink of collapse were advancing amid "encourgaing signs of progress" on Friday afternoon, World Trade Organisation spokesman Keith Rockwell said. A meeting of seven key ministers, which lasted about five hours, had ended in a "a spirit of cooperation" and talks on the 'Doha' trade liberalisation round would now return to a bigger group of about 35 ministers at 6 p.m. (1400 GMT), Rockwell said. (Reporting by Robin ...
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