ACTA Negotiations – Start September 23rd, No Firm End Date
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“and that the U.S. hopes to keep talking until a deal is done”
lol, I’m sure it does. Although talking to an empty room may not be productive.
Mexico confirmed that too
In the meeting of information held last tuesday in IMPI in Mexico, the second after the lead negotiatior, Gilda Gonzalez Camarena confirm that in the Tokyo meeting substantial issues will be closed but the treaty will not be signed.
In humoring terms:
“The U.S. hopes to beg the other countries not to leave ACTA until the deal is signed,sealed and delivered.The US will scream like a little child till they get their way if the ACTA Negotiation Deal is not met”