Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua
RCEP

Can China, Japan and South Korea follow RCEP with their own free-trade deal?

  • Beijing is keen to progress with talks on a trilateral agreement that have often broken down over bilateral disputes
  • RCEP, signed this month by 15 nations including the trio, is a landmark for the three neighbours and suggests areas they can develop – but also concerns

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi meets South Korean counterpart Kang Kyung-wha this week – but holding trilateral talks involving their countries and Japan has been problematic. Photo: Xinhua
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