Mon Apr 22, 2013 06:50 AM CDT

SURABAYA, Indonesia (Dow Jones) -- Asia-Pacific economies including the U.S., China and Japan painted a grim picture Sunday of flagging efforts to push forward the long-stalled Doha round of international trade talks, setting the stage for confrontation with India and other nations ahead of a critical meeting of the World Trade Organization in Indonesia later this year.

Trade representatives meeting under the 21-nation Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum concluded a two-day meeting by describing recent moves by some other countries as threats to Doha, a massive effort to liberalize global trade that has been struggling for more than a decade. The ...

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