* US critics say many changes needed in South Korean deal * US-Korea auto trade imbalance a major concern * US, Korea to set out negotiating timetable in early July By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, June 28 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's plan to send a free trade pact with South Korea to Congress by early 2011 could spark a major fight within his own Democratic party unless Seoul agrees to major changes in the deal. "There are significant changes that must be made in order for this ...
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