Vietnam ready to share CPTPP information with UK: Foreign Ministry spokesperson

Update: 18:00 | 17/09/2020
Vietnam, as a member of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), is willing to share information about and its experience in participating in the pact with the UK if the latter is interested, said Foreign Ministry spokesperson Le Thi Thu Hang.
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The spokesperson made the remark at the ministry’s regular press conference on September 17, noting that as far as she knows, the UK had held some discussions with CPTPP members over recent times.

Hang stressed that the CPTPP is a high-quality free trade agreement with comprehensive commitments to promoting economic-trade cooperation among member countries and trade liberalization towards open and rules-based trade in the region.

She underlined that CPTPP member countries have adopted procedures for joining the pact, and economies interested in the pact should meet its high standards and follow the admission process.

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(Source: VNA)