Can the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Minimise the Harm from the United States–China Trade War?

@article{Mahadevan2019CanTR,
  title={Can the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Minimise the Harm from the United States–China Trade War?},
  author={Renuka Mahadevan and Anda Nugroho},
  journal={International Trade eJournal},
  year={2019}
}
Using ex post tariff schedules for the first time, it was found that the global gains provided by the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) are not enough to overcome the negative impacts of the United States-China trade dispute. While trade tensions cause China's welfare loss to be more than twice as large as the United States, they provide some trade diversion to RCEP members. But of concern is if India successfully delays the conclusion of the RCEP even by a year, there will be… 
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