WASHINGTON, Nov 29 (Reuters) - Top U.S. and South Korean trade officials will meet in Columbia, Maryland, on Tuesday and Wednesday to try again to resolve differences blocking U.S. approval of a free trade agreement, U.S. officials said. It will be the first meeting between U.S. Trade Representative Ron Kirk and South Korean Trade Minister Kim Jong-hoon since the two sides failed at the Group of 20 summit last month in Seoul to meet a self-imposed deadline for reaching a deal on ...
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