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Beijing: Negotiations For The World's Largest Free-Trade Agreement Making 'Positive Progress'

WorldNews Wednesday, 31 July 2019
Beijing: Negotiations For The World's Largest Free-Trade Agreement Making 'Positive Progress'Chinese officials said the recent ten days of talks in Zhengzhou hosting the 27th round of negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership made "positive progress," but the South China Morning Post indicated India was still one of the largest obstacles to finalizing the deal on Wednesday. With more than 700 negotiators resent from all 16 member countries in the central Chinese city, Beijing was hoping to push through on the difficult deal. The deal would include all 10 ASEAN nations along with China, Japan, South Korea, Australia, New Zealand, and India. The ASEAN bloc is comprised of Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Myanmar, Cambodia, Brunei,...
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