RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

//RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

BBC: What is the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP)?

Article published: November 16,  2020

IB Economics syllabus: International Economics (economic integration)

With “29% of global gross domestic product” produced in the nations which signed the RCEP, the trade agreement has generated the largest ever trading bloc. “It includes the 10 members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean), plus China, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand.” A great topic if you’re looking into economic integration.

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By | 2020-11-19T20:28:05+00:00 November 19th, 2020|International Economics|Comments Off on RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

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