By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, April 28 (Reuters) - U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab on Monday rejected Democratic calls to renegotiate auto provisions of a free trade pact with South Korea that is facing an uphill battle in Congress this year. "Quite honestly, none of the arguments we've heard would justify reopening the agreement," Schwab said in remarks to a broad-based business coalition that supports approval of the Korea-U.S. trade pact. "This is a really, really strong deal ...
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