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China, SE Asian states push trade pact despite India doubts

Reuters Sunday, 3 November 2019
Leaders from China and Southeast Asia states called for swift agreement on what could become the world's largest trade bloc at a regional summit on Sunday, but new demands from India left officials scrambling to salvage progress.
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