WTO members pursue Doha despite gaps, no miracles


* WTO's Doha stocktaking calls for continuing negotiations * More focus on big issues by all states, 2010 deal unlikely * Trade reviving anyway By Jonathan Lynn GENEVA, March 25 (Reuters) - World Trade Organization members will continue to seek a deal in the long-running Doha round despite big gaps in positions, but no agreement is likely this year, trade diplomats and officials said on Thursday. They were talking after key delegations met ahead of a formal "stocktaking" on Friday ...

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