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India rejects China-backed Asian trade deal, as others move ahead

Reuters Monday, 4 November 2019
China joined 14 countries on Monday in agreeing terms for what could be the world's biggest trade pact, but India pulled out at the last minute on the grounds that the deal would hurt its farmers, businesses, workers and consumers.
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