By Jack Kim SEOUL, March 31 (Reuters) - Trade talks between the United States and South Korea dragged on into the early hours of Saturday and, with a deadline fast approaching, the White House said they could fail. Negotiators have until Saturday morning Seoul time (late Friday in Washington) to reach a free trade agreement that by some estimates could boost two-way trade by an extra $20 billion from nearly $72 billion a year. The two had appeared to be on the verge of closing what ...
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