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WTO backs agricultural reforms, split on Doha

Nairobi | Reuters — The World Trade Organization reached deals on agricultural export subsidies, food aid and other issues on Saturday, capping a ministerial conference in the Kenyan capital where rich and poor countries had been split over the path of trade reform. Members said the Nairobi deal had drawn a line under years of

Biodiversity Of Planet In Peril, Says United Nations

The world’s countries are bankrupting their natural economies and must take bold action to reverse biodiversity losses caused by pollution, deforestation and climate change, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told a UN summit on biodiversity. Ban and other leaders want world leaders to agree on a formal plan on biodiversity – the preservation of animal and plant