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Why India opted out of the RCEP agreement: Explained in six charts

Some experts, in addition to the government, have maintained that the reason for the walkout is India's adverse trade balance. However, many critics view this as a protectionist step

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RCEP | rcep meet | RCEP negotiations

Abhishek Waghmare 



Import, Export, trade, protectionism, Free Trade agreements, deals, FTA, Shipping, Sea ways, Sea transport, Water ways, Water transportGrowth, Economy

India decided to walk out of the biggest regional trade partnership the world could have seen. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership could have given — possibly it still can — almost unrestricted access of each other’s markets to the members.

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First Published: Mon, November 11 2019. 00:07 IST

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