SEOUL, May 20 (Reuters) - South Korea said on Tuesday it will effectively ban imports of U.S. beef from cattle older than 30 months and it is in talks with Washington to ease public safety concerns about the U.S. product. South Korea reached a deal with the United States last month to open its market wider to American beef, but delayed last week resumption of quarantine inspections for an additional seven to 10 days in the face of public safety concerns. A presidential spokesman said on ...
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