EU says Korea could scupper trade talks over cars


BRUSSELS, Nov 23 (Reuters) - South Korea is proposing measures that would hurt European car exporters in free trade talks with the European Union, raising the risk the negotiations could fail, the top EU negotiator said. "I think it is very clear that without substantial improvement in market-access conditions on non-tariff measures it would not be possible to conclude this free trade negotiation," Ignacio Garcia Bercero told reporters. The EU says Korea's technical standards hamper its ...

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