By Jack Kim SOGWIPO, South Korea, Oct 27 (Reuters) - The United States, at the end of a week of trade talks on Friday, said South Korea's latest offer to open its heavily protected agricultural market did not go far enough. But chief U.S. trade negotiator Wendy Cutler said the talks were not faltering and that the discussions this week had paved the way for closing differences over trade in farm goods, automobiles, textiles and pharmaceuticals in future rounds. The fourth round of ...
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