World Trade Organisation members on Saturday admitted having “different views” on how to address the future of the Doha Round negotiations. The WTO high-profile meeting which ended in Nairobi on Friday only delivered six decisions on agriculture and a few more issues of benefit to poor countries. WTO ministers agreed on a commitment to abolish export subsidies for farm exports, which director general Roberto Azevêdo hailed as the “most significant outcome on agriculture” in the organisation’s 20-year history. Read more. Source: The Star.