GENEVA, July 28 (Reuters) - World trade talks entered a second week on Monday -- with ministers and their entourages scrambling to extend hotel bookings and find clean clothes. In contrast to last Thursday, when the talks looked doomed and World Trade Organisation delegates sought early flights home, they were optimistic on Monday about getting a deal on trade liberalisation, but despairing about their laundry. Initially set to run for just six days, crunch talks on the seven-year-old ...
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