By Jack Kim SEOUL, June 22 (Reuters) - The United States pressed South Korea to add new labour and environmental provisions into a trade deal reached earlier this year but still expects it to be signed at the end of the month as planned, an official said on Friday. U.S. trade negotiators finished two days of talks in Seoul in order to try and sway South Korean officials to accept the new provisions in order to help the U.S. Congress approve what would be the biggest U.S. trade deal in 15 ...
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