A tentative free trade deal for S. Korea and E.U.

March 25, 2009 at 11:51 am

HONG KONG: South Korea and the European Union on Tuesday reached a tentative agreement to scrap tariffs on goods traded between them, a deal that, if ratified, would send a strong signal on free trade at a time of rising protectionist tendencies.

The Europe-South Korea deal would eliminate most tariffs within five years, facilitating bilateral trade that totaled nearly $100 billion in 2008 (B. Wassener, Herald Tribune, March 24, 2009).

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Entry filed under: European Union, Free Trade Agreements, Korea.

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