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U.S.-Korea FTA News

(Daily News)
November 18, 2010

President Obama is scheduled to meet with members of the House Trade Working Group this afternoon in order to discuss the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement, according to informed sources.


(Daily News)
November 16, 2010

AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka today (Nov. 16) declined to say whether his organization would be able to support a final deal on the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement that only deals with the issues of improved market access for U.S. auto and beef exports, even though the AFL-CIO has pushed for broader changes.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
November 12, 2010
U.S. and South Korean negotiators this week failed to reach an agreement on outstanding auto issues and on expanding U.S. beef market access in Korea, but pledged to continue working toward a solution in a matter of weeks, not months, according to President Obama.
(Text Document)
November 11, 2010

(Daily News)
November 11, 2010

Despite days of intense negotiations between U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Korean Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon, the U.S. and Korea were unable to reach a breakthrough deal on market access for U.S. beef and autos in time for a Nov. 11 meeting between President Obama and South Korean President Lee Myung-bak.


(Text Document)
November 09, 2010

(Daily News)
November 09, 2010

U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk will continue negotiations tomorrow (Nov. 10) in Seoul with South Korean Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon on outstanding beef and auto issues related to the U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement, according to a USTR spokeswoman.


(Inside U.S. Trade)
November 05, 2010
In a final effort to strike a deal with South Korea on auto and beef issues related to the U.S.-Korea free trade agreement, U.S. officials are focused on ways to achieve more market access in South Korea for autos but also on demands that the U.S. auto market be protected against a flood of Korean imports, according to informed sources.

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