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India seeks stronger rules of origin as it urges ASEAN for FTA review

New Delhi insists review process must start before 2020 end, pushes for removal of barriers in existing deal

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India-Asean trade | FTA talks | India Asean ties

Subhayan Chakraborty  |  New Delhi 



Piyush Goyal
Goyal batted for closer engagement towards finalisation of the scoping exercise, before the ASEAN-India Leaders’ Summit

India has pitched for stronger provisions in the rules of origin, removal of non-tariff barriers and better market access in the existing existing Free-Trade agreement (FTA) with the the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), arguing the changes should kick off sooner rather than later.

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First Published: Sun, August 30 2020. 14:12 IST

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