The WTO's Tough Road

May 2004
Foreign Policy;2004 Davos Report, p21
Highlights the views of several world leaders during a session at the 2004 annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on the issue of agricultural subsidies the hinder talks over World Trade Organization rules. Stand of the Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de Leon, former president of Mexico; Optimism of World Trade Organization director-general that the organization will be able to resolve the issue of agricultural subsidies.


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