By Jack Kim SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - South Korea has accepted a U.S. request to add new labour and environmental provisions to a trade deal they reached in April and will sign the pact by a Saturday deadline, the prime minister said. South Korean and U.S. negotiators held two rounds of talks in the past week on adding the provisions into what would be the biggest U.S. trade deal in 15 years, aiming to ensure it wins congressional approval. "The U.S. proposal, reflecting its new trade ...
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