By John McCrank TORONTO, Nov 22 (Reuters) - A free trade agreement between Canada and South Korea that does not include more open access to the Korean auto market would make it difficult for Ford Motor Co to justify making more investments in Canada, the president of Ford Canada said on Thursday. The Canadian government is in the final phase of free-trade negotiations with South Korea and needs to secure a deal if it wants to be able to compete with the United States in Asia, Trade ...
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