South Korea and U.S. inch close to trade deal


By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, March 29 (Reuters) - South Korea and the United States look set to seal the biggest U.S. trade pact in 15 years this weekend as both sides strive for compromise over heavily protected goods such as rice and cars. The Yonhap news agency quoted a South Korean negotiator on Thursday as saying that both sides were committed to meeting a March 31 deadline for a deal, which some estimate could boost the nearly $72 billion annual two-way trade by an extra $20 billion. ...

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