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Implications for India’s Rules of Origin

Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership

India is a party to the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership negotiations with 10 countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. This could have implications for India's stance on rules of origin and also could lead to harmonisation of rules in the RCEP countries and a simpler regime in this region. Else, this would increase complexity in this area. In any case, it appears India may have to change its approach on rules of origin on account of being a party to this agreement, when it comes into force.

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