Bali Talks Critical for WTO
Fri May 17, 2013 05:05 PM CDT

(Dow Jones) -- In order to make progress in the Doha round of global trade talks, members of the World Trade Organization must be practical and focus on the possible rather than just the desirable, said the man who takes over as director-general of the global trade group in September.

The group's next key ministerial meeting, set to be held at the end of this year in Bali, Indonesia, is vital to the WTO, and a failure to reach an agreement at that meeting in December would worsen the situation of the WTO even further, Roberto Azevedo said Friday in ...

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