United States Vice President Mike Pence locks eyes with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the official “family” photograph at this month’s Apec summit in Papua New Guinea. Photo: EPA
United States Vice President Mike Pence locks eyes with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the official “family” photograph at this month’s Apec summit in Papua New Guinea. Photo: EPA
Trade

No resolution, no problem: Apec united in desire for more trade and growth

  • Disagreements over WTO reform saw this month’s Apec summit end without a joint statement
  • But most economies making up the bloc agree commerce remains vital, despite the US-China trade war dominating proceedings

Topic |   Trade
United States Vice President Mike Pence locks eyes with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the official “family” photograph at this month’s Apec summit in Papua New Guinea. Photo: EPA
United States Vice President Mike Pence locks eyes with Chinese President Xi Jinping before the official “family” photograph at this month’s Apec summit in Papua New Guinea. Photo: EPA
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