March 29 (Reuters) - Washington and South Korea look set to agree the biggest U.S. trade pact in 15 years this weekend as both sides strive for compromise over heavily protected goods such as rice and cars. The following are five questions about the deal: - What's at stake? Two-way goods trade totalled nearly $72 billion in 2005, with South Korea having a surplus of more than $16 billion. The deal could add $10.9 billion or, 2.4 percent, to South Korea's gross domestic product and ...
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