By David Cay Johnston SEOUL, July 31 (Reuters) - In March, the United States and South Korea implemented a Free Trade Agreement () that President Barack Obama touts as more significant than the last nine such agreements combined. He also said it was central to his goal of doubling American exports within five years. I think the president suffers from irrational trade exuberance, a view reinforced by my reporting in this city of 10 million ...
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