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WTO Ministerial failure continues food stockholding schism

Failure of the 11th WTO Ministerial Council late last year to reach agreement on a permanent set of rules governing food stockpiling policies perpetuates the continuing diametrical split between the United States and developing countries on stockholding policies.

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