DUSSELDORF, Germany — The industry stood on the verge last week of entering a new era of trade association cooperation as the first of three groups voted on whether to align itself into a new entity designed to set global priorities and standards to help everyone operate more efficiently. If the new organization gets the go-ahead and is actually in place by next year, it is likely to share its ideas for more effective and efficient global trade practices by cascading those ideas into ...
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