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If you can’t do RCEP, can’t do US/EU either


If India is not part of RCEP, and doesn’t get the benefits RCEP members do, its exports to these countries are unlikely to grow as fast as those of others.

There are essentially two strands to the arguments made after India walked out of RCEP. First, that the lack of safeguards in RCEP that India wanted against a surge in Chinese imports will hurt India, so the country is better off without being a part of RCEP; the Asean FTA is held up as an example of how FTAs are hurting. Second, rather than getting bogged down in an ...


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