(Adds Tyson resuming shipments to Seoul in paragraph 14) By Christopher Doering and Missy Ryan WASHINGTON, April 27 (Reuters) - South Korea's acceptance on Friday of a shipment of U.S. beef marked a milestone in a biting trade row, but the U.S. Agriculture Department and lawmakers challenged the Asian nation to take additional steps if it wants to see Congress approve a coveted trade agreement. "The (free trade agreement) with Korea will not be ratified until Korea opens its market in ...
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