Trump Not Present, Chinese President Will Become Chairman!

 As he strives for glory in realizing the world's largest free trade overseas, Chinese President Xi Jinping will be one of the speakers at the Asia Pacific cyber summit. To the knowledge of all, the trial was charged not to be attended by US President Donald Trump.


Last week, as many as 15 countries signed the Overseas Comprehensive Economic Cooperation (RCEP), and an agreement endorsed by China, excluding the United States, will appear at the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit hosted by Malaysia. When some of the 21 Apec members are reported to have registered themselves as RCEP experts.


Besides that. Trump has been charged with missing a follow-up to his defeat in the US presidential election on November 3. Prior to this, Trump's Apec summit was hosted by Vietnam in 2017.


However, the US has yet to name a chairperson for this summit, even though State Loyalty Rewards, Stephen Biegun has attended the Apec ministerial meeting on Monday.


According to the Minister of International Trade and Industry, Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali admitted that there are disagreements among member countries regarding "level of ambitions" in achieving Apec's vision and approach regarding trade and economic integration in various ways. However, he stated that some issues could be resolved, although Apec's recent history was not encouraging.



In the past year, rioting tragedy has forced hosts Chile to cancel the summit. In 2018, Apec failed to reach an agreement, and it was the first time in the bloc's history, as the United States and China acted against talks about trade and investment.


For this trial, Xi and other leaders of Apec members will speak at the trial of the chief executive starting tomorrow, ahead of Friday's summit.


Based on a fact, they have outlined that the need for members to uphold the practice of free, fair and non-discriminatory trade to promote economic recovery that appears to be the result of the spread of the Covid-19 region, and carry out structural reforms to promote sustainable and inclusive growth.


However, the reserves will need to reach agreement at a summit meeting Friday, with some critics questioning the bloc's suitability.