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Política Financial Express - India Política Económica Abhishek Jha and Seema Bathla

Looking beyond RCEP episode: Why surge in exports should be an outcome of market forces

Undoubtedly, Indian markets will still be lucrative (owing to rising middle class), but the gap will be truncated significantly.
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Bhavan Jaipragas

China’s in, but, without India, is ‘world’s largest trade pact’, the RCEP, still such a big deal?

Modi’s shock move to abandon the RCEP trade deal has fed the cynics. But its fans are loyal, even in the face of research suggesting its impact on GDPs will be minima
Economía Sputnik - Rusia Economía Internacional

La India anuncia su propia 'guerra comercial' contra los principales países asiáticos

El Gobierno de la India cree que todos los acuerdos de libre comercio del pasado fueron acordados apresuradamente por el antiguo Ejecutivo de la Alianza Progresista Unida (UPA), y esto ha llevado a un aumento del déficit comercial del país.
Economía The Japan Times - Japón Economía Internacional

India's exit from RCEP leaves Japan and China unsure about future direction of free trade pact

India’s exit from the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) regional trade talks appeared to leave China and Japan at odds over whether to press ahead with the remaining members — or to try to find a workaround that includes Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.
Economía The Guardian - Reino Unido Organismos Internacionales Ben Doherty

World's largest trade deal RCEP faces delay as India pushes back against China

Sixteen-nation Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will cover half the planet’s people
Economía South China Morning Post - China Economía Internacional Orange Wang

China claims progress towards world’s biggest trade deal, but India remains biggest roadblock to RCEP

China suggests good progress made in Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership talks after marathon 10-day negotiations in Zhengzhou. Indian Commerce Minister Piyush Goyal has opted to skip the upcoming high-level meetings, adding fuel to rumours that the country could be removed
Economía Times Of India - India Economía Internacional

RCEP trade ministers to meet on Nov 12-13 in Singapore

A crucial meeting of trade ministers of RCEP member countries, including India and China, will take place in Singapore on November 12-13 amid pressure being mounted on new Delhi to conclude talks for the proposed mega trade deal at the earliest, sources said. es un sitio web oficial del Gobierno Argentino