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In Davos, WTO members seek 'significant' reform progress by June G20 meeting

January 25, 2019 at 1:51 PM
Trade ministers meeting in Davos, Switzerland, this week said they want to make “significant progress” on World Trade Organization reform before a June G20 meeting in Japan. “We note with concern the sharp rise in trade restrictive measures over the past year and encourage all Members to exercise restraint,” a group of “like-minded” countries, led by Canada, said in its official communiqué on Friday. “Building on the recent statement by the leaders of the G20 on the need for WTO...

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