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GENEVA (Reuters) - Delicate wetlands, coasts and wildlife sanctuaries could be ravaged as part of a struggle to stretch the world's water supplies, with the worst damage foreseen in poor countries.
A key question has taken centre stage in world trade talks: whether developing countries have the right to food security and to protect the livelihood of their farmers or whether they must allow cheaper imports that may overwhelm local agriculture. In the past two weeks this controversy has raged at the World Trade Organisation.
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