Delayed decisions help break world trade logjam

08/2/2004 | NYTimes.com · CNNMoney · Wall Street Journal, The

A new World Trade Organization agreement may not be finalized by the end of the year as planned, but participants in talks geared toward that goal say a breakthrough reached early Sunday morning is enough to keep the Doha round on track. Negotiators reached a deal to eventually drop all export subsidies on agricultural products and slash duties on imports, while still protecting certain sensitive agricultural products.

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