The World Trade Organization will draw up another proposal on farm trade reforms before its self-imposed March 31 deadline to set new rules, as members remained sharply at odds over the first draft issued by a WTO panel chief earlier this week, officials said Saturday.

As agricultural trade negotiations took center stage on the second day of the three-day WTO mini-ministerial conference, trade ministers from 22 nations and regions failed to reach an agreement.

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