South Korea could stop trade talks with U.S. -Roh

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By Jack Kim SEOUL, March 23 (Reuters) - South Korea will suspend free-trade talks with the United States if the details prove to be bad for the country, President Roh Moo-hyun said on Thursday. Formal talks are set to begin in June to eliminate barriers to trade in goods and services between two of the world's largest economies. Anti-globalisation and farm activists have accused the government of caving in to U.S. pressure when it agreed to hold free-trade talks. "It's not going to ...

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