Why we're still negotiating a trade deal with South Korea

Washington Post

Regarding the Nov. 18 editorial "How not to make a deal": In negotiating a trade deal with South Korea, President George W. Bush's administration wrote off American manufacturers. As it stands, the proposed South Korea deal would phase out U.S. tariffs on Korean autos without ensuring meaningful access for American-made cars in the largely closed Korean car market.

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