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The Stakes of Doha

Author: Carla A. Hills, Co-Chairman; Chairman and CEO, Hills & Company, International Consultants
December 2005 -- WTO Special Edition
Foreign Affairs

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Americans should care deeply about the Doha Round, but many do not understand what it means for them and the rest of the world. With the talks barely moving, it is time for supporters of free trade to educate the American people in order to give Washington the backing it needs to break the deadlock.

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