China and 14 Asian Nations to Sign World’s Biggest Free-Trade Deal

Fifteen Asia-Pacific nations, including China, aim to clinch the world’s largest free-trade agreement this weekend, the culmination of Beijing’s decade-long quest for greater economic integration with a region that encompasses nearly a third of the global gross domestic product.

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, which includes countries stretching from Japan to Australia and New Zealand, aims to reduce tariffs, strengthen supply chains with common rules of origin, and codify new e-commerce rules.

Read more in an article from the American Journal of Transportation

Source: CIFFA (16.11.2020)

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