FACTBOX-Main issues, impact of EU-S.Korea trade deal


Feb 17 (Reuters) - European Union lawmakers approved an EU-South Korean free trade agreement expected to double the value of trade in goods between them to about 100 billion euros ($135 billion). Below are estimates of the impact, caveats and environmental concerns of the accord, which is set to take effect in July. For a related news story click on [ID:nLDE71G18U] DUTY CUTS The agreement will eliminate 1.6 billion euros in Korean import duties annually for EU exporters of industrial ...

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