SEOUL, April 30 (Reuters) - South Korea's trade deal with the United States reached this month is expected to boost Asia's third-largest economy by as much as 6 percent over the next 10 years and create 340,000 new jobs, a study showed on Monday. The deal, which is the biggest U.S. trade pact in 15 years, needs to be approved by legislatures in both countries. Surveys in South Korea show the majority of respondents favour it. The report estimated the economy would expand by as much as 6 ...
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