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Mon Nov 4, 2013 12:41 PM CST

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WTO TO DECIDE BY MONDAY ON TRADE PROPOSALS TO BE INTRODUCED AT NEXT MINISTERIAL MEETING

World Trade Organization director-general Roberto Azevedo has set Monday, Nov. 11 as the deadline for WTO members to decide whether to continue pursuing a deal on a package of agreements for the organization's important Dec. 3-6 ministerial conference in Bali or to admit defeat and seek a less ambitious outcome for the meeting.

WTO officials told the press that Azevedo's decision to set a deadline for ...

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