DUBAI coach tote bags outlet clearance , March 29 (Xinhua) -- Portuguese forward Christiano Ronaldo from Real Madrid and Brazilian soccer legend Pele have joined forces in the business class of Dubai-state owned carrier and official FIFA World Cup partner Emirates Airline which was aired on Saturday for the first time.

The video went viral after Emirates Airline made it public through its social media channels on Facebook and Twitter, 74 days ahead of the FIFA World Cup 2014 in Brazil.

The winner of the FIFA Ballon d'Or 2013 Ronaldo is the carrier's newest global ambassador.

During a press conference, held in Madrid coach tote bags outlet , the airline premiered its campaign video featuring the football superstar alongside Brazilian legend and fellow global ambassador for Emirates Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known as Pele who won the FIFA World Cup three times in 1958, 1962 and 1970.

Ronaldo's current club Real Madrid is sponsored by Emirates Airline as well.

In the video coach shoulder bags outlet clearance , both football stars discuss during a flight aboard the Emirates Airline A380 superjumbo business class who may be the greatest player of all times, while having a drink at the business class's bar. The digital campaign encourages football fans to share their opinions via their social media accounts.

Emirates Airline has been the FIFA World Cup's partner since the World Cup 2006 in Germany.

Operating daily flights from Dubai to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo, Emirates said it expects to transport over 18 coach shoulder bags outlet ,000 passengers during the month-long tournament this year which will run from June 12 to July 13 2014.

BALI, Indonesia, Oct. 5 (Xinhua) -- The World Trade Organization (WTO) is hoping that crucial talks during APEC meetings will help it put together sweeping trade facilitation measures before a December deadline in what would be its first global deal in nearly two decades coach satchel bag outlet clearance , the new head of the WTO said here on Saturday.

WTO Director General Roberto Azevedo, who took the helm of the WTO last month and is attending the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meetings here, had a clear message to the leaders -- fast track discussions.

This is all the more important as APEC's 21 member economies account for almost 2.8 billion people and over half of the world's Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

"APEC is dedicated to supporting multilateral trade and we are in need of support as much as ever. I am giving the message of where we are and how importantly we want engagement from capitals and from ministers themselves. They are making progress but they are not fast enough. They need to make decisions and need to make them quickly and we have to use that time productively coach satchel bag outlet ," he said.

Azevedo's call comes as the WTO attempts to push ahead with a complex deal that could break the deadlock of world tariffs reached at the Doha Round in 2008 that could add hundreds of billions of dollars to the world economy as well as open up for wider trade reform.

The WTO has consistently disagreed to new global trade agreements since it was founded in 1995.

Ambassadors of WTO's 159 members have been holding long drawn talks at the organization's headquarters in Geneva but Azevedo is insistent that the talks have been more political than trade based.

The pipeline agreement covers several areas, the largest being trade facilitation.

It contains a global standardization and simplification of customs procedures that, by some estimates coach luggage bags outlet clearance , would cut trade costs by 10 percent for developed countries and by 14 percent for developing countries.

Indonesia, in particular, has thrown its weight behind the deal coach luggage bags outlet , strongly lobbying at the APEC Ministerial Meeting to gain wide approval for its plan to reduce tariffs for products that contribute to poverty reduction as well as promoting rural and sustainable development.

"It is fair to say that our 2020 target of free and open trade and investment in the Asia-Pacific is not far from where we are now," Indonesia's Trade Minister Gita Wirjawan stated after the APEC Ministerial Meeting.

"This year, we worked on the issues of ensuring the equitable benefits from liberalization coach hobo bags outlet clearance ," he explained.

"The aim of this exercise is to focus on reducing economic disparities among economies and improving the economic and social well-being of our people."

"We face a daunting responsibility to ensure the credibility of the multilateral trading system through a successful outcome of the WTO's 9th Ministerial Conference in December in Bali and subsequently work towards the successful conclusion of the Doha Development Agenda negotiations," Wirjawan admitted.

"APEC must play a key role by extending strong political support."

Another part of a deal would be on food security, allowing developing countries to break the agreed WTO limits on agricultural subsidies while stockpiling staple crops. It would also upgrade WTO rules and upgrade them to deal with challenges in the internet age.

However coach hobo bags outlet , timing is vital because Azevedo wants the structure of the deal locked down by October so that there is enough time for a reform package to be penned and signed by trade ministers in time for a December meeting in Bali.

"If the WTO with the help of APEC sees what is at stake then they will achieve it. We all know that we cannot do all this between now and December. What I am positive of is that if we have a positive outcome in Bali then we can impact the Doha round and perhaps beyond that as well."

Azevedo is emphatic that the hiccups are in "how" the trade facilitation is implemented and believes that developing countries need to be given technical assistance to put procedures in place progressively.

"The WTO is a lot about momentum and about getting the right environment for negotiations. The big players are here and they are talking about what will happen two months from now. If we can maintain this level of engagement and talking to non-APEC members as well.