(recasts with talks extension) By Jack Kim SEOUL, March 31 (Reuters) - The United States and South Korea on Saturday set themselves a new deadline until the end of the weekend to reach a trade deal, with the White House warning that they could fail. They now have until 1600 GMT on Sunday -- noon in Washington and 1 a.m. on Monday in Seoul -- to agree a pact that some estimate could boost two-way trade by an extra $20 billion from nearly $72 billion a year. "We talked about whether we ...
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