BRUSSELS, Sept 21 (Reuters) - The European Union and South Korea are at loggerheads on core issues in talks for a free trade deal and Brussels is worried it is being offered less than the United States secured from Seoul earlier this year. The EU and Korea launched talks for a free trade agreement in May, shortly after the United States and Korea struck a deal. The negotiations are part of the EU's push to open up new markets for its exporters in Asia's fast-growing economies. ...
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