From the NYT:
The promise was empty. The talks imploded in April when big trading nations failed to agree on a deal to reduce tariffs. While hope remained that a narrow package of benefits for the least-developed countries could be rescued from the process, that hope collapsed this month when the leading traders refused to see beyond their interests and failed, again, to reach a deal.
Much of the blame for this disaster rightly falls on the United States. But all big trading nations should give more.At the end of the day who suffers the consequences?