RCEP
Indian people's movements formulate strategies to resist free trade agreement Indian people’s movements formulate strategies to resist free trade agreement

In light of the secretiveness that has marked negotiations around the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership, trade justice activists and people’s movements are planning a campaign against the free trade agreement

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RCEP is intended to prevent government regulation and maximize private profit

Activists say the deal disenfranchises the people and leaves very little scope for the government to control corporate excesses

RCEP: People’s movements resist free trade agreement

Organizations across the Asia Pacific region have condemned the secrecy surrounding the negotiations and pointed out that the deal will have an impact on poor and developing countries

Activists gather in Bangkok to discuss countering RCEP

The deal is likely to deal a huge blow to the less developed countries in the Asia-Pacific region and benefit big corporations and the richer countries

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