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G-20 Ministers Call for Global Trade Talks Resumption

The Group of 20 wrapped up its annual meeting Sunday, warning of increased protectionism following the collapse of World Trade Organization talks.

The latest series of WTO free-trade negotiations, known as the Doha round, stalled in July because of disagreements over how much developed countries should cut farm subsidies.

In its final communique, the G-20 says a successful Doha round could speed global economic growth, and reduce financial instability and poverty.

The G-20 call for an early resumption of the talks echoed a declaration from leaders of 21 Asia-Pacific economies meeting in Hanoi.

Police relax on the front line as protests fail to eventuate at the G-20 finance summit in Melbourne, 19 November 2006

Both G-20 and WTO meetings have attracted mass anti-globalization protests, which have often turned violent.

The annual G-20 meeting in Melbourne was no different, as protesters clashed with police. On Saturday, 10 police officers were injured and seven protesters arrested.

Christine Nixon, the police commissioner for Australia's Victoria State, says foreign activists suspected of instigating the attacks will be investigated.

"They are people who are well trained. What we saw was guerilla tactics and it required us to respond in similar ways," said Nixon.

Australian Prime Minister John Howard denounced the protests as "thuggish behavior."

The G-20 economies account for 90 percent of the world's gross domestic product. Members include the United States, the European Union, Japan, China, Brazil and Saudi Arabia.

Energy security, foreign exchange flexibility and reform of the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank were also on the agenda at the two-day meeting in Australia.

The delegates called for greater cooperation in fighting illicit financial activities, such as funding terrorism and money laundering.

The G-20 ministers also condemned last month's nuclear test by North Korea.

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    G-20 部長要求全球貿易談判重新開始20結束它的年度會議的星期日小組, 警告增加跟隨世界貿易組織的崩潰的保護主義交談。 最新的系列WTO 自由貿易談判, 知道當時那些杜哈在的周遭,在7月使停止轉動因為在上的分歧多少發達國家減少農場補貼。在它的最後公報內,那些G-20 說成功杜哈在的周遭加快全球經濟增長,並且降低金融不穩定和貧困能。 G-20 要求一回響一宣告從21亞太經濟會議在河內內的領導人那裡的交談的盡快重新開始。 當抗議不能在墨爾本在G-20 金融首腦會議上歸結時,警察在前線上放鬆, 2006年11月G-20和WTO 會議都已經吸引群眾的19 反全球化的抗議,經常變激烈。 當抗議者與警察發生衝突時,年度G-20 會議在墨爾本不不同。在星期六,10名警官受傷,7 名抗議者逮捕。 克裡斯汀‧尼克森,澳洲的維多利亞的警察局長說明,說被懷疑唆使攻擊的外國積極分子將被調查。 他們是被訓練得好的人們。 我們看見的是游擊隊戰術並且它要求我們用相似的模式回答, 尼克森說。 澳洲總理約翰‧好爾德指責那些抗議作為" 暗殺的行為。 G-20 經濟占世界的國內生產總值的百分之90。成員包括美國,歐盟,日本,中國,巴西和沙烏地阿拉伯。能量証券,國際貨幣基金組織和世界銀行的外匯靈活性和改革也在澳洲關於在兩天的會議上的議程。 那些代表在戰鬥違法的金融活動過程中要求更大的合作,例如為恐怖主義和洗錢提供資金。 G-20 部長也透過北韓譴責上個月的核試驗。

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