* South Korea says "give-and-take" needed for deal * US won't say if it willing to make new concessions By Doug Palmer WASHINGTON, Nov 19 (Reuters) - U.S. farmers hoping for increased sales to South Korea under a free trade agreement may get less than they expected because of President Barack Obama's demand for better terms for U.S. automakers. South Korea had originally hoped to resolve U.S. concerns over autos and beef without reopening the deal signed by the two countries in June ...
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