The negotiations between Asean and its six partners in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) seem to be going nowhere. The outlook has become so dim that experts fear that unless national leaders call for an end to some forms of protectionism to salvage the agreement, the final document may not yield substantive benefits or may end up leaving out a large market such as India.
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