(Recasts, adds South Korean comments) By Jon Herskovitz SEOUL, March 26 (Reuters) - South Korea said on Monday it will stand firm against U.S. demands as envoys sought last-minute compromises in fractious sectors to meet an end-month deadline for what could be the biggest U.S. trade deal in 15 years. Negotiators have said they can reach a bilateral deal, which studies say could add $20 billion to their annual $71.5 billion in bilateral trade, before the expiry of a White House ...
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