An advisory panel to Asian and Pacific leaders is set to urge further trade liberalization and the launch of a new round of trade talks under the World Trade Organization in November, according to a draft of the panel’s annual report.
The draft was compiled by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum’s Business Advisory Council (ABAC), the official business-sector voice of APEC’s 21 member economies.
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