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ASEAN summit: Asia trade bloc deal 'expected' in Feb 2020

Deutsche Welle Sunday, 3 November 2019 ()
Hopes of signing the world's largest free trade pact at a regional summit in Bangkok have been thrown into doubt after objections from India. China, hurt by its trade war with the US, is keen to see the deal finalized.
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Thailand says the next steps in the proposal backed by China will be made in the coming hours.

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