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Indian Express — Explained: Why India has said no to regional trade pact RCEP

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India believes that the RCEP trade deal doesn't provide adequate protection against possible surges of imported goods. In particular, India is concerned about cheap Chinese goods flooding the domestic market.  The Indian ExpressExplained: Why India has said no to regional trade pact RCEP

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India believes that the RCEP trade deal doesn't provide adequate protection against possible surges of imported goods. In particular, India is concerned about cheap Chinese goods flooding the domestic market. 
The Indian Express
Explained: Why India has said no to regional trade pact RCEP


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