The world's semiconductor market is projected to attain greater growth this year than initially forecast. The Asia-Pacific region, including major chip producers like South Korea, are expected to account for 63.5 percent of global chipmakers' sales. https://t.co/kVBsn3YwUI

South Korea accounted for around 31 percent of the total $23.5 billion in semiconductor equipment investment during the first quarter, reclaiming industry leadership with $7.3 billion in investments. https://t.co/fGIB8OaKWp

In a meeting with a group of countries supporting a multilateral trading regime, South Korea vowed to play a bigger role in easing global shortages of COVID-19 vaccines. Trade Minister Yoo said South Korea will emerge as a global hub of production. https://t.co/vOaGqEK7E0

South Korea's early trade data project exports are set to surge in May as vaccinations allow a broader reopening of major economies. Average daily shipments increased 59.1% in the period which had half a business day less than a year earlier. https://t.co/dAfZeOXYnU

Joining China and the U.S. in a global race to dominate key chip technology, South Korea unveiled ambitious plans to spend roughly $450 billion to build the world’s biggest chipmaking base over the next decade. https://t.co/jsQpyCI8ia

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The U.S. and Korea have maintained a long and mutually beneficial relationship built on respect and trust.  The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement furthers this strong relationship by encouraging the free flow of products and services between the United States and Korea.  The following is a timeline of the development and implementation of the FTA.

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In 2015, Korea was the United States’ 6th largest trading partner, while the United States was Korea’s 2nd largest.

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