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Brazil’s Chancellor Busy in Europe Dealing with World Trade

Brazilian Minister of Foreign Relations, Celso Amorim, lead the G-20 ministerial meeting Wednesday, November 9, in Geneva, Switzerland, when he made an evaluation of the status of agriculture-related negotiations.

The day before the Minister had participated on an informal meeting conducted by the Director-General of the World Trade Organization, Pascal Lamy, about the status of Doha Round negotiations, which must be concluded at the December meeting, in Hong Kong.

Still in Geneva, Amorim will have bilateral meetings with representatives of several countries, including members of the group of European ex-colonies from Africa, the Caribbean and the Pacific (ACP), African Group, and with Relatively Less Developed Countries.

Monday, November 7, in London, England, the Minister met representatives of India, the United States, European Union to also discuss the Doha Round.

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    World Trade….
    is not specifically and only in agriculture related negotiations.
    The G 20 nations voluntarily forgets to talk about the trades outside agriculture.

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