Ford, South Korea dig in heels over trade deal


By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Sept 26 (Reuters) - South Korea has no intention of renegotiating a free trade deal with the United States to address U.S. auto industry complaints about the pact, a South Korean official said on Wednesday. "This is a good agreement for the U.S. and for Korea. Korea could not give any further concession on automobiles. There's no intention to change this agreement at all," said Seok-young Choi, economic affairs minister at the South Korean embassy. Choi spoke ...

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