Global trade talks can be revived, says WTO head
As the World Trade Organisation (WTO) marks its 20th year in existence, the global body is at a tipping point. The so called Doha round of global trade negotiations has been deadlocked since 2008, just as an increasing number of regional and bilateral trade deals are making progress.
Now the countdown has begun to try to get Doha restarted and the head of the WTO says he is confident that, finally, a deal can be done.
The BBC's Ali Moore asked the WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo, whether the organisation will still be relevant in another 20 years.