LatAm Urges Development Agenda at the WTO

0 Geneva, Oct 17. -Cuba, Ecuador, Nicaragua, Bolivia and Venezuela lead the demands to prioritize development and solutions to commercial conflicts two months short of the World Trade Organization Dec. 15-17 Ministerial Conference.The Developing Countries Informal Group, majority within the 153-member WTO have leant through debates in the latest days to address relevant topics. In the presence of the WTO

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Cuba Needs to Reinforce Defensive Capacity

0 Havana, Jun 4. -Seeking solutions to complex socioeconomic problems and increasing Cuba's capacity as of defense and disaster situations were key subjects analyzed by President Raul Castro, during the enlarged meeting of the National Defense Council. The forum was held on May 28 at the headquarters of the Revolutionary Armed Forces Ministry (MINFAR), with the participation of leaders from

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Brazilian President to Reform World Economic Relations

1 Moscow, May 14. -Russia and Brazil will never cease to seek solutions to social problems, said today the Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who advocated for a reform in international economic relations. The South American head of state said his country supports Russia's entry to the WTO as a step towards further development of multipolarity. Lula da

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