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India to continue talks on RCEP trade deal: Australian minister

Reuters Monday, 4 November 2019
India is going to continue talks on an Asia-wide trade deal that is being discussed at a summit of regional leaders in Bangkok and which Thailand has said will be signed next year, Australia's trade minister said on Monday.
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