* Republicans urge Obama press harder on trade deals * US trade official says fixing Korean deal difficult * Republicans pledge cooperation on export control reform (Updates with new comments, edits) By Doug Palmer and Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, Jan 28 (Reuters) - U.S. Republicans and business leaders on Thursday pressed President Barack Obama to make good on his goal of doubling exports by moving quickly to win congressional approval of long-delayed trade pacts with Panama, Colombia ...
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