(Recasts with talks showing signs of progress) By Robin Pomeroy and Laura MacInnis GENEVA, July 25 (Reuters) - Troubled global trade talks showed signs of progress on Friday after crunch negotiations among seven key countries, ministers and officials said. In a sudden turnaround suggesting that a week of deadlock was finally breaking, ministers began to talk of a possible success at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) talks. "There has been progress made, yes," EU trade chief Peter ...
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