By Missy Ryan WASHINGTON, June 26 (Reuters) - The Bush administration's steps to relax certain sanctions on North Korea will have a symbolic, not commercial, impact on trade in the short run, U.S. officials and trade experts said on Thursday. On Thursday, officials in Washington welcomed the decision by North Korea, which tested a nuclear device two years ago, to hand over a long-delayed account of its nuclear activities. In response, the United States will lift some sanctions under ...
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