Bush Blows Another $96 Billion To Save His Sorry Ass
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Trade experts on both sides of the Atlantic say the Bush administration's unwillingness to risk alienating Farm Belt supporters with cuts in agricultural subsidies was a key factor in the collapse of weekend talks in Geneva...
The so-called Doha Round of World Trade Organization talks was aimed at securing agreement on what the World Bank estimated would have been $96 billion in lower tariffs, subsidy reductions and other steps designed to stimulate trade. That proposal itself was sharply scaled back from earlier efforts.