Ag cheers south korea trade pact
After a wave of trade tensions over the past month, farm state lawmakers last week welcomed news of a revised bilateral trade agreement between the United States and South Korea.
The renegotiation of the six-year-old agreement, called KORUS, was primarily about market access for U.S. autos, trucks and auto parts into the South Korean market, while exempting South Korea from steel and aluminum tariffs. But the...
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