(recasts lead, adds European comment) By William Schomberg and Jonathan Lynn GENEVA, July 28 (Reuters) - Progress towards a global trade deal ground to a halt on Monday as the United States clashed with China and India over access to their rapidly growing markets and key European Union states demanded better terms. Negotiators battled over a "special safeguard mechanism" intended to help poor countries protect their farmers against import surges, with agricultural exporters like ...
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