India is under pressure to agree to eliminate import duty on at least 90 per cent of its traded goods as part of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) pact being negotiated by 16 countries, including China and ASEAN members.
90%는 불가능해보이긴 한데 ...
New Delhi seeks to protect its markets from China, New Zealand and Australia by seeking ‘deviations’, under which it would offer certain members smaller concessions than those offered to all countries. This could mean a higher number of items protected from tariff cuts or a longer implementation period (more than the normal 15 years), but there is no agreement on the issue yet.
Deviation을 허용할 것인가?