WASHINGTON, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Top U.S. and South Korean trade officials on Wednesday wrapped up two days without announcing a deal on beef and auto trade issues blocking U.S. approval of a free trade pact. "United States Trade Representative Ron Kirk and Korean Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon have concluded their meeting to discuss the U.S.-Korea trade agreement in San Francisco," USTR spokeswoman Carol Guthrie said in a statement. "They have agreed to meet again in the leadup to the G-20 ...
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