Additional Support

The Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) has been a win-win deal for Korea and the U.S. alike, generating mutually beneficial outcomes such as expanded bilateral trade, improved market access, investment growth, and job creation through its faithful implementation by both countries. The following organizations have written in support of the KORUS FTA:


Bi-Partisan Group of 19 Members of U.S. Congress

Letter to President Trump in Support of the KORUS FTA

September 21, 2017


Congressional Research Service "In Focus"

U.S. - South Korea Free Trade Agreement

September 15, 2017


National Pork Producers Council

Submission by the National Pork Producers Council In Response to Response to Executive Order 13796 Regarding Trade Agreement Violations and Abuses

July 31, 2017


Embassy of the Republic of Korea

Written Comment in Response to the Executive Order Regarding Trade Agreement Violations and Abuses

July 31, 2017


Korea International Trade Association

Submission of Comments Administration’s Reviews and Report to the President on Trade Agreement Violations and Abuses Docket ID: USTR-2017-0010

July 28, 2017

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State Benefits

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