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World’s Largest Free Trade Bloc Hailed In China Amid Supply Chain Challenges

Zero Tariffs For 90% Of Region's Goods Trade

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Covering nearly a third of the world’s population and roughly 30% of global GDP, the newly signed Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is set to accelerate trade within the Asia Pacific region. But India’s last-minute withdrawal means China may dominate the agenda going forward.

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