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November 10, 2010

U.S. Best Served By Fair Trade with South Korea

Check out this op-ed by Todd Tucker in today's San Francisco Chronicle.

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"Obama administration officials are in Seoul this week for talks that could well determine the president's re-election prospects. Last week, the president said that he would give the 'maximum effort' to resolve problems with the U.S.-South Korea trade deal inked by President Bush. The next few days will show whether the president intends to adopt the controversial deal as his own, or push for significant reforms that could gain broad support..."

Read the entire piece here.

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