General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

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a United Nations agency created by a multinational treaty to promote trade by the reduction of tariffs and import quotas

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The only tangible result from the first Geneva round, which ran from January 24-31, was that civilians could be evacuated from opposition-held areas of the central city of Homs.
The Geneva round is unlikely to get into such measures, certainly not in detail.
London and New York secured places high up on list whilst Paris, Zurich and Geneva round out the top ten.
It took 12 months for 44% of the $764m pledged at the January 1995 Geneva Round Table conference to be allocated, according to Prime Minister Pierre-Celestin Rwigema.
During the latest talks the participants agreed that it is high time to conclude the talks that have been under way for seven months and there was reportedly consensus to make the final push to expedite the dialogue to conclude the agreement according to the timelines they committed to in the Geneva round of dialogue on 11-12 August 2015.