SEOUL, April 28 (Reuters) - A long-delayed free trade agreement between Washington and Seoul faced more troubles on Thursday after the South Korean cabinet withdrew a bill for its ratification over translation blunders. It is the third time this year Seoul has been left embarrassed by mistakes in the Korean text of a such a pact after an FTA between South Korea and the European Union has twice been put on hold due to errors. The government said the South Korea-U.S. agreement will be ...
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