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As the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership moves towards a pan-regional economic agreement, a think tank pushes it to copy the TPP approach to rules of origin as time runs short before the trade bloc goes live.
As Donald Trump looks to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the remaining nations have three options available to them to salvage the situation. Either way, access to trade finance will continue to suffer.