U.S. wants push to revive Doha trade talks -report


By Jonathan Lynn GENEVA, Aug 21 (Reuters) - The United States wants officials to resume international trade talks in September after a meeting of ministers collapsed without a breakthrough last month, U.S. trade chief Susan Schwab was quoted as saying. She said in an interview with specialist newsletter Inside U.S. Trade on Wednesday that senior officials from a small group of countries should meet next month to explore the possibility of restarting the Doha round negotiations at the ...

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