India: has decided not to consider joining any China led trade agreement

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 India: has decided not to consider joining any China led trade agreement


The RCEP ministerial video conference was held last month, and the parties confirmed their efforts to sign the agreement within the year. The joint statement issued after the meeting said that we believe that Indias participation will contribute to the development and prosperity of the region, and reached an agreement on the principle of continuing to strive for Indias return negotiations.

An analyst told the global times that although India had previously held a wait-and-see attitude on whether to sign RCEP because of unfair trade and harm to its agriculture and industry, this statement almost closed the door to restart dialogue with RCEP parties.

According to the analyst, India has always been worried that the rules of origin and the proportion of trade in services can not be met, which will lead to the further expansion of its foreign trade deficit. The border confrontation between China and India has given India the best step to withdraw from RCEP, which not only meets its domestic expectation of tough Anti China from the government, but also takes the opportunity to remove RCEP members and call on it to join the talks again The pressure of judgment.

(function(){( window.slotbydup=window .slotbydup||[]).push({id:u5811557,container:ssp_ 5811557, async:true }Both China and India have recently released the signal of disengagement to the outside world through their respective channels, but the Indian army is still strengthening its preparations in the border areas. A senior Indian army official told the Hindustan Times on the 5th that we are fully prepared for a long-term confrontation. According to the report, in addition to the m-777 howitzer and T-90 main battle tank, the Indian army also deployed C-17 heavy transport aircraft, Apache attack helicopter, C-130J special operation aircraft and p-8i reconnaissance aircraft in the India China border area. According to the Hindu daily on the 5th, the Indian government is preparing for the meeting of the special representatives on the border issue between China and India in order to seek diplomatic channels to cool the bilateral tensions. The source told the global times that the decision was made after Indian Prime Minister modi inspected the Ladakh region on the 3rd. Modi had a long one-on-one talk with halind Singh, commander of the 14th group army, who had previously represented India at the India China military commander level talks. According to other media reports, Singh may have made a lot of suggestions to modi.. American media: showdown with China on economy may aggravate Indias economic predicament. Will China offer 50 million tons of rice to India for free? Media: This is a rumor. Source: Global Times Author: Hu Bofeng, editor in charge: Ma Wenjing_ NBJS9027

Both China and India have recently released a signal of disengagement to the outside world through their respective channels, but the Indian army is still strengthening its preparations in the border areas. A senior Indian army official told the Hindustan Times on the 5th that we are fully prepared for a long-term confrontation. According to the report, in addition to the m-777 howitzer and T-90 main battle tank, the Indian army also deployed C-17 heavy transport aircraft, Apache attack helicopter, C-130J special operation aircraft and p-8i reconnaissance aircraft in the India China border area.

According to the Hindu daily on the 5th, the Indian government is preparing for the meeting of the special representatives on the border issue between China and India in order to seek diplomatic channels to cool the bilateral tensions.