26/06/2006:G8 G-ONE AGOG AT THE LACK OF EU SUPPORT & EFFECTIVENESS
as I stressed I have no confidence in these so-called leaders to deliver a proverbial p***-up in a brewery let alone a Globally fair market place attacking poverty.
Giving equal access to growing and challenging economies like India – means dealing with loss of jobs in manufacturing industries at home.
Latest: 25/07/06 Countries may have to re-examine their negotiating positions in order to revive free trade talks, the head of the World Trade Organisation has said.
India’s Trade Minister Kamal Nath added the development had left a trade deal "somewhere between intensive care and the crematorium".
But John Hilary, director of campaigns and policy at War on Want, said the collapse was good for the world’s poor.
"Any chance of a genuinely pro-poor outcome was lost long ago, and the deal on the table would have caused great damage to developing countries," he said.
Comment: No deal is better than a skewed deal?
24/07/2006 · 8:12 pm
Making History over Poverty – after 5 years six richest Nations disagree
Trade ministers from six key countries have reached an impasse in Geneva after marathon negotiations failed to make headway.
It beggars belief.
Further to my previous article of 02/07/06: Businessman & an altruistic philanthropist makes a World of a difference with Bill Gates