• Substantial progress made in RCEP negotiations: China

    China on Thursday said substantial progress have been made on negotiations on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), in which India is a part, and it will work with other parties to reach a modern, comprehensive and mutually beneficial agreement as soon as possible.

  • Integration speeds up in Northeast Asia

    Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi wrapped up his three-day trip to Japan on Tuesday. During the stay, he co-chaired the fourth high-level economic dialogue between China and Japan with his Japanese counterpart Taro Kono and met Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Japanese government and society, particularly the economic circle, has paid heightened attention to the visit: Exchanges among officials and peoples of the two countries are urgently needed when bilateral relations gradually improve.

  • US, Japan announce trade talks, don’t agree on what to discuss

    President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced another new trade dialogue on Wednesday, while disagreeing on what kind of deal they should aim for.

  • India, Taiwan may soon resume discussions on a free trade agreement

    The two countries have cultural and economic centres in each other's territory but no diplomatic relations

  • Singapore welcomes 'important step' in ratification of FTA with EU

    The negotiation outcomes of a free trade agreement between Singapore and the European Union have been presented to the European Council, a development hailed by the Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI) on Friday (Apr 20) as an “important step” in the ratification process of the trade pact.


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