Cameron sees progress on Doha trade at G20

SEOUL - British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Thursday that he believed the G20 summit would advance long-running efforts to get a global trade deal.

By (Reuters)

Published: Thu 11 Nov 2010, 12:04 PM

Last updated: Mon 6 Apr 2015, 11:24 AM

Asked about what he hoped to achieve from the G20 summit, Cameron said it was important to avoid a return of protectionism as the world recovered from the financial crisis.

“Look, even if we don’t make progress on the biggest issue of all — and I hope that we will — the imbalances, we are going to get good progress on Doha and free trade, good progress on a free trade area in Africa,” Cameron told the BBC in an interview.

Cameron said he also saw good progress on the banking regulation needed to prevent a repeat of the credit crisis.

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