News Stories on Doha Ministerial, November 15, 2001
Joseph Kahn for the New York Times.
Nations Back Freer Trade, Hoping to Aid Global Growth.
Louis Uchitelle for the New York Times.
US Industries Largely Favor Decision on Global Trade.
South African Press Association/AFP.
Poor States Ring Out Concessions.
Jyotsna Singh for the BBC.
India's reaction to Doha talks mixed.
Denis Staunton forthe Irish Times.
Broad agenda to keep poorer economies in focus.
Paul Geitner for the Associated Press.
World trade talks succeed in setting agenda.
Tony Smith for the Associated Press.
Poor Countries See Chance After Doha.
Ben Hirscler for Reuters.
WTO concessions a chink in drug patent armour.
New Zealand aims achieved at Doha, says Sutton.
Jim Lobe for One-World US.
Mixed Reactions to WTO Deal.
William Neikirk for the Chicago Tribune.
WTO ministers agree to new round of global trade talks.
Paul Bluestein for the Washington Post.
142 Nations Reach Pact on Trade Negotiations: Drug Patents Loosened but Poor Nations Grumble About Remaining Tarrifs.
James Toedtman for Newsday.
WTO Ministers Strike Accord.
Charles Clover for the News and Telegraph.
Poor Countries Can Ignore Drug Patents.
Developing Countries Flex Their Muscles.
IP and Healthcare
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