BEIJING – The leaders of Japan, China and South Korea have announced their countries will launch negotiations on a trilateral free-trade agreement by year’s end. But the prospects are far from rosy.
The deal on the talks is seen by many experts as a by-product of, so to say, putting on too much makeup to brighten a dull complexion.
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