WTO Doha development round collapse
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Asked by: wisdomsearch-ga
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09 Oct 2006 05:53 PDT
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Question ID: 771933
Why did the talks of the Doha development round collapse? Reasons I have researched so far: -Agriculture at the main reason -US and Europe acusing each other -Lack of political willingsness Are their any other good reasons? Where to and how to find more results in an efficient way?
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Re: WTO Doha development round collapse
From: borisshah-ga on 10 Oct 2006 00:22 PDT
India and Brazil were very adamant on the elimination of tade subsidies by both the USA and the EU. Just a bit of detail on your first reason. Also, the USA is getting frustrated because the special power handed to President Bush by Congress to allow any easy or easier passage of any agreement reached by the Doha round of talks, expires soon and after that, it could get very hard to get anything passed.
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