The cost of South Korean-built small vehicles is set to drop in Australia as a result of a new free-trade agreement between the two countries. The FTA was reached last December after four years of intense negotiations, and Australian Trade Minister Andrew Robb now has released the 1,800-page document. He says in a statement he anticipates the agreement coming into force near the end of 2014 and he's confident the South Korean and Australian parliaments will support it. Small South Korean ...

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