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WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Cargill today applauds U.S. and South Korean negotiators on finalization of a free trade agreement (FTA) between the two countries. U.S.
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A South Korean parliamentary committee approved a free trade agreement with the United States, sending the deal to a plenary session for ratification. The free trade agreement, signed in June 2007, has found opposition in both countries, Yonhap news reported Wednesday. Before the vote in Seoul, opposition lawmakers held a press conference asking representatives to postpone the vote until lawmakers in Washington appeared more likely to endorse it.
South Korea says the United States has yet to ask for a renegotiation of the delayed Korea-U.S. free trade agreement. South Korean Trade Minister Kim Jong-Hoon said Sunday at the Boao, China, Forum for Asia annual conference that despite repeated assertions by U.S.
The U.S. Trade Representative is aiming to avoid renegotiating a proposed U.S.-South Korean free trade deal, Seoul officials say. The South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the office of ruling party lawmaker Rep. Hong Jung-wook Sunday confirmed a U.S.
South Korean and European Union officials said an expected trade agreement would have to wait another month, due to disagreements on tariff duty drawbacks.
South Korea and the European Union are close to a trade deal that would knock off tariffs for at least 96 percent of the goods bought and sold between them. The two sides were scheduled to put the finishing touches on a trade agreement in London, the Yonhap news agency reported.
The South Korean president's office called for the National Assembly to ratify a free trade agreement recently called unacceptable in the United States. President Obama's nominee for U.S.
South Korea's trade minister said the European Union had agreed to an eighth and, possibly, final round of trade talks in March. We confirm that we have made significant progress during this week's talks, Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon told reporters Tuesday, the Yonhap News Agency reported. EU negotiator Catherine Ashton agreed we have made significant progress. Calling the issues complex and complicated, Ashton said, our principle is to develop and support our business and the economy. A free...
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