SEOUL, Sept 26 (Reuters) - South Korea and India have reached a free trade deal that could boost their $11 billion annual trade by as much as a third and sharply raise South Korean auto part makers' share of one of the world's fastest-growing markets. South Korea's trade ministry said on Friday that the two countries had concluded 2-½ years of talks with an agreement to open up their markets and plan to put it into effect next year. The deal has to be ratified by both countries' ...
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