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President Fox To Open Fifth Wto Ministerial


President Fox To Open Fifth Wto Ministerial

President Vicente Fox of host Mexico will open the Fifth WTO Ministerial Conference at the Cancún Convention Centre on 10 September 2003, according to the order of business approved by the General Council on 27 August 2003. The General Council also agreed to forward to Ministers an invitation by Hong Kong, China to host the Sixth Ministerial Conference. > News item: http://www.wto.org/english/news_e/news03_e/pres_fox_open_min_29aug03_e.htm

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