China, Japan and South Korea seek Free Trade
Tokyo, Apr 13 (Prensa Latina) Negotiators of China, Japan and South Korea examined today in this capital the possibility of boosting the exchange of merchandise and services and promoting the exchange of goods, services and give a thrust to free trade.
These analysis were part of the 12th round of negotiations for a Free Trade Treaty (FTT), it was officially informed.
The Chinese Deputy Minister of Trade, Wang Shouwen, said in the meeting that while world economy faces ralentization and an uncertain future, economic growth of his country shows the importance of global trade.
He recalled investments find obstacles, in moments when
Beijing plays a key role in the impulse of world economy.
Wang said if China, Japan and South Korea can make substantial progress in negotiations of the FTT, they will send a positive sign to the world.
Such a signal points to the struggle against protectionism and is a safeguard of economic globalization, insisted the official.
The experiences obtained from the conversations on the trilateral FTT, they will also contribute to negotiations on the Regional Economic Association, they added.
The Japanese deputy Minister of Foreign Relations, Keiichi Katakami and the assisting minister of Trade, Industry and Energy of South Korea, Lee Sang-jin, participated in the debates.
Those trilateral talks on the FTT between China, Japan and South Korea, which started in November 2012, have as objective to forge an integral, high level and mutually beneficial treaty with single values, indicated spokespersons of the meeting.
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