GENEVA, Feb 15 (Reuters) – Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala wasselected by consensus to be the next director-general of theWorld Trade Organization at a closed-door meeting on Monday,according to two sources attending the meeting.All members of the WTO’s top decision-making body, theGeneral Council, agreed on her appointment in a virtual meetingwhich had just one agenda item, they said. The WTO subsequentlyconfirmed the choice.
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