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World Trade Organisation

Asked whether Britain would lean on lean Brazil and India, the PMOS said the Prime Minister’s view had not changed at all. There was still a good chance of getting a deal if people were prepared to make the necessary moves. The next step was Geneva. We would continue to press for people to make the final decision because it was in the interests, not of any particular part of the world, but of the global community as a whole, including the developing nations for there to be a deal. The stakes in this remain very high if you looked at any issue, such as poverty in Africa or how you continued to sustain growth in the world’s economy, the key was to get a successful outcome at Doha. That remained as true today as it did at the very point when we started this process.

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