RCEP to boost allocation of resources
The implementation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership is set to significantly enhance resource allocation for China in domestic and foreign markets, while strengthening regional industrial and supply chains to hedge against the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to officials and experts.
RCEP set in motion, giving a shot in arm to global economy
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), taking effect on Saturday, shines rays of hope through the dark clouds of unilateralism and protectionism.
More moves to boost RCEP benefits
Chinese authorities will likely unleash more measures to help domestic and foreign enterprises better benefit from the implementation of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership agreement that took effect on Saturday, said experts and business leaders.
RCEP certificates issued around China as trade pact is activated
With the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership in effect, local customs authorities issued RCEP certificates of origin to companies nationwide, bringing tariff reductions to enterprises and eventually making consumers the biggest beneficiary.
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- Significant stepping stone