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World Trade Organization - Potsdam Conference 2007

Time: Jun, 2007

Place: Potsdam, Germany

Details: In June 2007, negotiations within the Doha round broke down at a conference in Potsdam, as a major impasse occurred between the US, the EU, India, and Brazil. The main disagreement was over opening up agricultural and industrial markets in various countries and how to cut rich nation farm subsidies.



Adolf Hitler
Adolf Hitler-New Reichstag
Tuesday Mar 21, 1933 - Potsdam, Germany
First Indochina War COLLAGE - image
First Indochina War-the Potsdam Conference
Tuesday Jul 17, 1945 - Potsdam, Germany
Hirohito-The Potsdam Declaration
Thursday Jul 26, 1945 - Potsdam, Germany
Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach-Bach visited the court of King Frederick II of Prussia
May, 1747 - Potsdam, Prussia (Present Day Germany)
Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill-Churchill was Great Britain's representative at the post-war Potsdam Conference
Tuesday Jul 17, 1945 - Potsdam, Germany

June 2007

Prince Harry Image
Prince Harry-Training in Canada
Jun, 2007 - Canada
Lacoste logo Image
Lacoste-Lacoste Introduced Their e-commerce Site For The U.S. Market
Jun, 2007 - U.S.
Dwayne Johnson
Dwayne Johnson-Splitting up
Friday Jun 1, 2007 - U.S.
Shimon Peres Main Image
Shimon Peres-A President
Wednesday Jun 13, 2007 - Israel
Mobile Nokia 1011
Mobile Phones-Mobile Device Charger Standards In China
Thursday Jun 14, 2007 - China


Huawei logo - image
Huawei-The joint venture Huawei Symantec
2007 - Chengdu, China
Garry Kasparov Image
Garry Kasparov-Return from retirement
2007 - France
Visa Inc. logo
Visa Inc.-European Commission issued the results of a two-year inquiry into the retail banking sector
Jan, 2007 - Europe
Flag of Christmas Island
Christmas Island-Decommissioning Manus Regional Processing Centre and Nauru Detention Centre
2007 - Christmas Island
Sooronbay Jeenbekov
Sooronbay Jeenbekov-The Minister of Agriculture, Water Resources and the Processing Industry
2007 - Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan