In much of Asia-Pacific, goods and products are now getting ready for transport, after the world’s largest free trade agreement took effect on New Year’s Day. Involving China and 14 other countries, the deal covers the largest free trade area in the world. CGTN’s Chen Tong has more on what this means for business opportunities throughout the region.
CHEN TONG Shanghai “Shanghai has many types of imported goods from food to cosmetics to home appliances. And consumers can expect even more in the new year.”
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