Australia set to head up secret trade negotiations for regional nations

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As the trade war between the U.S. and China continues, Australia has partnered with China, Japan, South Korea, New Zealand and India for secretive trade negotiations under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.

With leaked information from the negotiations worryingly calling back to proposals from the Trans-Pacific Partnership, an outcry for more detail on the trade to be made public has surfaced.

The secretive behavior around the negotiations has become marked as unprecedented as public coalitions and organizations have been left asking, what we can expect from the sudden assembling of the RCEP.

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