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How India May Water Down China-Championed Trade Pact

Apr 4, 2017
India's foot dragging on a China-championed Asia trade pact has increased the risk the deal gets diluted or delayed.
A fear of being flooded by Chinese imports and an insistence on global mobility for its IT services workers is behind India reluctance to move forward. While Asia's third-largest economy may eventually sign on to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, analysts say the end product could be so vague it has little benefit.
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