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A new G in town

15 December 2005

All hail the G110. Joining the G20, G33, G90, and the Five Interested Parties at the WTO, an ad hoc bloc of least-developed countries, Africans and big developing players including Brazil and India, came together today in Hong Kong and looks set to lock horns with the US and the EU. Could it be that, bolstered by consistent and loud protests on the streets, the entire developing world is finally standing up the the playground bullies? We shall see...

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