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Nations Pull WTO Back From the Brink With Vaccine, Fishery Deals

  • Trade packages break WTO’s seven-year negotiating drought
  • WTO deals include terms to help alleviate looming food crisis
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The world’s top trade ministers on Friday approved a historic package of accords -- including the reduction of fishery subsidies and a loosening of vaccine-production limits -- after marathon talks that a day ago looked for many delegates to be destined for failure.