India won’t join RCEP agreement over concerns not being addressed in deal

 New Delhi/Bangkok India will not sign Asia’s largest free trade area (RCEP) agreement. India will not compromise its interests. Leaders of these countries, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, are present here in connection with the three-day ASEAN Conference, East Asia Summit and RCEP Trade Dialogue. Negotiations on the RCEP have been going on for seven years but due to the opening of the market and India’s “certain new demands” on

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