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But bloc's top trade negotiator finds little support at world trade talks in Geneva.
Peter Mandelson says French president's comments on world trade undermining him.
Country urged to improve safety record and uphold intellectual property rights.
The future of Europe is on the agenda on the 50th anniversary of the EU's founding.

Ministers from 149 states have saved long-running global trade talks from collapse with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013 and open rich country markets a bit wider to the poorest nations.

Rich and poor nations are at odds as a World Trade Organisation meeting opens in Hong Kong, with trade ministers saying a breakthrough is unlikely on the thorny issue of agricultural trade that has held up negotiations for months.
France's President Jacques Chirac has told fellow European Union leaders that his country reserves the right to block any world trade talks agreement in December.
The top US trade official has laid out a new proposal on agricultural tariffs and subsidies, saying the EU and Japan must now promise to do more to improve their own offers.
The European Union and China have clinched a deal limiting the rise in Chinese exports of textiles and clothing to the EU until the e
The EU could impose limits on cheap Chinese textile and clothing imports if an investigation into the increased amounts of Chinese goods making their way to the continent reveals the European market is being disrupted.
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