Trade barriers between the Philippines and China are far less severe than those between Vietnam and Malaysia.
The Philippines is one of the top five largest exporters of Chinese goods in the world.
But those trade barriers are less stringent than those in the other Asian countries.
Here are some of the reasons: In 2018, the Philippines exported $1.3 billion worth of goods and services to China, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.
That’s up from $1 billion in 2017.
And exports from the Philippines to China in 2018 totaled $831 million, a 12.5 percent increase from 2017.
But exports from Vietnam to China last year totaled $928 million, up 6.7 percent from 2017, and from Malaysia to China $919 million, an 11.7 percentage increase from last year.
Vietnam is one the countries in the region that has the biggest trade surplus with China.
Last year, it exported $13.6 billion worth.
The Philippine government has also been able to get China to agree to the rules for trade in services.
The country has signed bilateral agreements with other countries in Southeast Asia, including Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia, for the opening of a market in services, which is expected to open later this year.
The TPP will be negotiated by the U.S. and 10 other countries.
It will include trade rules, investment protections, environmental standards, and labor standards.
The agreement was supposed to be finalized in late 2020, but was delayed after a lawsuit by U.K. lawmakers.
In December, the TPP reached a preliminary agreement.
But the U,S., and other countries have been pressing for it to be completed by early 2021.
So far, more than a dozen countries, including Japan, Malaysia, and Vietnam, have made progress toward the goal.
There are also some big differences between the TPP and the U-S.
Trade agreements, like the way they deal with labor standards and environmental standards.
In 2018 and 2019, the U S. has a lower minimum wage for workers in industries such as food service and cleaning, and a higher minimum wage.
Vietnam has a higher maximum wage for people working in construction and agriculture.
China, on the other hand, has a minimum wage of $7.25 an hour.
This means that the average wage in China is $22,100, while that in Vietnam is $27,400.
The U. S. does have a system in place for compensating workers, which would allow workers in Vietnam to get a minimum hourly wage of more than $8.
But, as the trade agreements say, they must be implemented in a way that respects workers’ right to organize and organize collectively.
And they need to be implemented as quickly as possible, so that workers in the Philippines, for example, can have the same benefits and protections as workers in other countries, and have them quickly realized.