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U.S. Ag Doesn’t Need “Tension” if Trump Withdraws from KORUS

The administration is arguing the U.S. did not get a good deal in its agreement with South Korea. According to the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR)’s website, the trade deficit with South Korea was nearly $28 billion in 2016 in goods alone. Some farm groups say for agriculture, the deal is a win.

 

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