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WTO Cancun Trade Talks Collapse –Full Coverage

The Battle (On The Beach) Of Cancun

WTO Implodes In Cancun - Bedlam broke out in Cancun at around 2.10 pm after the Kenyan delegate emerged from deadokced talks on the Singapore issues of investment, competition, government procurement and trade facilitation and announced that the ministerial meeting had collapsed. See… WTO Meeting Collapses Over Singapore Issues

- Indymedia Images: The Battle Of Cancun S10-S15 '03

- Bulletin #8 WTO Seems Intent On Self-Destriction
- Bulletin #7 Poorer Countries Opposed To MAI
- Bulletin #6 Vigil For Korean Farmer Lee Kyong Hae


----- New Zealand -----
- NZ Govt. - Cancun meeting result disappointing, says minister
- Greens - Leave the 'Green Room' to the high rollers, Jim
- National - Collapse of trade talks an indictment on politics
- ARENA - WTO Talks Collapse: The poor will not go quietly!
-GATT Watchdog - Face the Facts Mr Sutton
- Fonterra - Cancun Collapse A Lost Opportunity, Says Fonterra
- NZFIC - Disappointing Result But Forestry Work To Continue
- TLN - Collapse of WTO Talks - Damn shame not a disaster

----- International -----

- WTO - Day 5: Conference ends without consensus
- Greenpeace - USA and EU sink the WTO round in Cancun
- USA - USA on WTO: Today we stalled because of Singapore issues
- Oxfam - Rich Countries Wreck WTO Trade Talks


Professor Kelsey Reports From Cancun On WTO Negotiations - The human tragedy of the World Trade Organisation’s approach to food and agriculture were brought home today with the apparent suicide of 56-year old Korean farmer Lee Kyong Hae during a mass protest of indigenous peoples and peasant farmers. See... Jane Kelsey: The Human Tragedy Of The WTO
Jane Kelsey: Round One To The Anti-WTO Activists
WTO Should Take A Look In Cancun’s Back Yard
Jane Kelsey: Erecting Defences Around The WTO
Jane Kelsey: Peasants Farmers Mobilise In Cancun
- Aziz Choudry: Trade Talk - Speaking in Tongues
- Neoliberal Globalization: Cancun and Beyond: Click here to read Aziz Choudry’s full 24 page report titled: ‘Neoliberal Globalization: Cancun and Beyond’

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