Marathon talks on a new wave of trade liberalization collapsed on Tuesday after nine days of intense but ultimately fruitless negotiations.
Following are some reactions, with latest at top:
MARIO MARCONINI, DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS OF THE SAO PAULO INDUSTRY FEDERATION (FIESP)
"It seems some countries want the round to fail, notably India and Argentina.
"The others abandoned Brazil. China never said anything and decided to oppose everything."
SORAYA ROSAR, DIRECTOR OF INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATIONS WITH BRAZIL'S NATIONAL INDUSTRY CONFEDERATION
"It's really bad news. It's sad to have lost so many years of work. For an emerging market, it is worrying to see a WTO that is not strong."
SERGIO MENDES, HEAD OF NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL EXPORTERS, BRAZIL
"With the failure of the talks, which we hoped would reduce subsidies, Brazil's rapid growth may be slowed. But there's no way it will end growth.