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China’s former trade chief pushes for US to join mega Asia-Pacific deal, with a ‘more positive attitude towards multilateralism’



The United States should rejoin the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement (CPTPP) and work with China to merge the agreement with the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) to create a huge free-trade area that would include the two largest economies in the world, according to China’s former chief trade negotiator, Long Yongtu.The CPTPP is an ambitious trade agreement that was created after the US withdrew from the original Trans-Pacific Partnership…



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