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U.S.-Korea FTA News

(Daily News)
January 09, 2018

The administration plans to exclude Canada and Mexico from any remedies resulting from Section 201 investigations into imports of solar products and large residential washers due to safeguard provisions in the North American Free Trade Agreement, sources tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
January 08, 2018

“No deal is better than a bad deal,” the trade minister said.


(In Trade)
January 06, 2018

Lighthizer: “We have much work to do to reach an agreement that serves the economic interests of the American people.”


(Daily News)
January 04, 2018

The U.S. and South Korea are expected to focus mainly on the agenda and scope of their talks on how to modify the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement when they meet on Friday in Washington, DC, sources told Inside U.S. Trade.


(Daily News)
December 27, 2017

The U.S. and South Korea will meet early next year to begin negotiating changes to their free trade agreement, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer announced on Dec. 27.


(Daily News)
December 19, 2017

South Korea's Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy on Monday announced the completion of its statutory requirements for renegotiating trade deals and said it would push for talks on the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement to begin as early as this month.


(In Trade)
December 13, 2017

Asked about the timetable for KORUS talks, Ross said it “will largely be dictated by the Korean side.”


(In Trade)
December 11, 2017

From 2004 to 2007, Victor Cha he was the director for Asian affairs on the National Security Council.


(Daily News)
December 05, 2017

The Trump administration is heading in the wrong direction in how it separates trade and foreign policy, Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND) said on Tuesday, lamenting U.S. threats to terminate the U.S.-South Korea Free Trade Agreement.


(Daily News)
December 04, 2017

South Korea last week completed a second public hearing in accordance with its statutory requirements for renegotiating trade deals, advancing the process for U.S. and Korean officials to officially begin talks on the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement.


(Daily News)
November 21, 2017

The U.S. has yet to clarify its list of demands for the amendment and improved implementation of the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, leaving South Korea unable to formulate counterproposals, sources and a House member tell Inside U.S. Trade.


(In Trade)
November 13, 2017

The senator lauds Agriculture Secretary Perdue but says lawmakers must speak up about the potential for friction “between us and our two greatest agricultural trading partners.”


(In Trade)
November 10, 2017

“An additional opening of the manufacturing sector is not expected to produce any notable results.”


(In Trade)
November 08, 2017

“When we leave the table, we know that China will come to the table. And we know that they are already trying to be at the table whether we are there or not – so why give them an excuse to have it all to themselves?”


(Daily News)
November 07, 2017

With all of Asia “really watching” how the U.S. and South Korea approach the modernization of the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, negotiators should be wary of rushing through the process after Presidents Trump and Moon Jae-in agreed to “expedite” the talks this week, according to Wendy Cutler, former U.S. chief negotiator for KORUS.


(Daily News)
November 07, 2017

With all of Asia “really watching” how the U.S. and South Korea approach the modernization of the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement, negotiators should be wary of rushing through the process after Presidents Trump and Moon Jae-in agreed to “expedite” the talks this week, according to Wendy Cutler, former U.S. chief negotiator for KORUS.


(Daily News)
November 07, 2017

President Trump and Korean President Moon Jae-in announced Tuesday that the process for amending the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement would be “expedited,” though sources say the termination of the deal continues to be discussed at the highest levels of the Trump administration.


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