So far this year, over 71,000 units of electric vehicles have been sold in South Korea, nearly doubling the previous year's record. The domestic sales volume places South Korea as No. 7 globally. Read more about the impressive feat here: https://t.co/bYO3NdmZLZ

On Thursday, Hyundai Motor Co. released a teaser for the electric SUV, "Seven" ahead of its unveiling in the US this month. The SUV comes equipped with the group's dedicated EV platform's IONIQ battery. Read more about the new vehicle here: https://t.co/9mGIqmst4l

Samsung SDI and Stellantis announced plans to build an electric battery production plant in the U.S. The planned factory, set for operation in the first half of 2025, is envisioned to produce 23 gigawatt-hours of batteries annually. Read more: https://t.co/z2ZS2kKaGJ

The South Korean unit of General Motors Co. said Thursday that it will suspend one of its three plants for two weeks early next month due to a chip shortage. GM Korea said it will suspend its No. 1 plant in Incheaon, from October 1-15. Read more here: https://t.co/x4ZuVW6SQp

As of August, total sales of imported cars with a retail price exceeding $85,156 jumped 65.5% percent on-year, according to data from the Korea Automobile Importers & Distributors Association. Read more about the impressive increase here: https://t.co/v24vTHc4N5

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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.

Interesting Facts

Interesting Facts

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

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Top Imports

  1. Communications equipment
  2. Motor vehicles
  3. Motor vehicle parts

Top Exports

Top Exports

  1. Semiconductors and components
  2. Aerospace products
  3. Chemicals

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