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He says this will bring two benefits to China: “First, a narrative in the region will make China the new leader with the most influence on trade and the implementation of rules. And the second is that it will reduce trade barriers with China at a time when the U.S. is doing nothing to reduce trade barriers with the U.S. Chinese Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng shakes hands with his South Korean counterpart Yoon Sang-jick after signing the agreement in Seoul on June 1, 2015. [Xinhua] Now, “hard work is starting to implement the agreement and encourage our companies to fully exploit it,” he added. “Today we have reached an important milestone in the signing of this agreement. It took us eight years, 46 negotiating meetings and 19 ministerial meetings to come here. I am very grateful for the tireless commitment of the ministers and negotiators from all the participating countries who have worked so hard during the process. . . .