WASHINGTON, Jan 25 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will call on Congress to pass a free trade agreement with South Korea "as soon as possible," but offer no timetable for action on two other pacts with Panama and Colombia, according to a text of his annual State of the Union speech. The South Korea "agreement has unprecedented support from business and labor, Democrats and Republicans, and I ask this Congress to pass it as soon as possible," Obama said in the prepared text released by ...
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