Global trade talks are renowned for being frustrating, with political battles between nations often hindering progress. But as ministers from around the world gather at a summit aimed at paving the way for the world's biggest trade deal, hopes are high that a breakthrough is in sight.
What's going on?
In what has been dubbed a "make or break" meeting, 159 members of the World Trade Organization (WTO) will gather in in Bali, Indonesia, on Tuesday.
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On the table is the first global trade agreement since the group was formed in 1995, which the WTO says will add $1 trillion to the global economy.
The summit will focus on agreeing rules to ease the movement of goods globally and resolve disputes over agricultural trade — and its success will decide the fate of the embattled trade body.