Zhou Mi: China wants to change CPTPP rules? Obviously, someone is worrying too much

  • On September 16th, China formally submitted its application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (CPTPP), which aroused strong repercussions from world public opinion. Why did China make this decision? What kind of signal does this move send? Can China successfully join CPTPP? What impact will China's accession have on its own country and its member States? Zhou Mi, China Forum Expert and deputy director of the Institute of Americas and Oceania, China Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, Ministry of Commerce, talked with Han Hua, executive committee of China Forum and CGTN commentator, on the above issues.

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