Finally, Gatt May FlyBy
They've dragged on for seven long years. As time passed, the global negotiations known as General Agreement on Tariffs & Trade came to look more and more like an aimless and trivial talkathon. Again and again, cynics declared the talks dead. And negotiators repeatedly shrugged and said: "There's always tomorrow."
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