By Jonathan Lynn and William Schomberg GENEVA, July 27 (Reuters) - African and Caribbean countries came under pressure on Sunday to reach a deal on bananas and remove a major obstacle to efforts to rescue global trade talks. The chances of a deal on the core areas of farm and industrial goods in make-or-break talks at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) were delicately poised as rich and poor nations examined proposals for real new export opportunities. The European Union and Latin ...
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