Bangkok. 15 countries agreed at the Asean summit in Thailand to finalize the largest free trade pact in the Asia-Pacific region next year. Fifteen of the 16 negotiating countries want to sign the so-called RCEP treaty next year, a joint statement said on Monday evening (local time) at the conclusion of the meeting of heads of state and government of the Southeast Asian community (Asean). Originally the conclusion of the agreement had been planned for this year.
The 16th country, India, has not yet agreed, because there are still significant differences, it said in a final statement. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi …
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