"As a [South Dakota] manufacturer, it would be a mistake to abandon this important trade agreement, and the closer economic and diplomatic relationships between the U.S. and Korea that have come with it." Read the #southdakota inspired FTA article here: https://t.co/OZkiaEOAtW

If you are hearing anything other than the positive impact the #KORUS #FTA has on the market in both the United States and Korea, you might not have the full story. Uncover the #economic #truth behind this historical agreement in our #Mythbuster blog. https://t.co/TIlJsobyE2

Reflecting on #2018 Korean-US trade negotiations, #FTA revisions have mitigated, not exacerbated, #trade friction between both countries. It's important to understand the full context which ended with mutual approval and #nationalassembly #ratification https://t.co/y6pxpqKEJg

Speaking of #newyear's #resolutions discover more "Healthy Reasons to Build US-Korea Business Connections" with CEO and president of @FairfaxEDA, the second-largest suburban office markets in the United States. https://t.co/20WqnspGiP

It was a big year for Korea! Between #KORUS #FTA revisions surrounding the #Koreanpeninsula peace talks, the US, South Korea, and North Korea have a lot to look forward to in the new year to come! Read @CNN 2018 Review with South Korea making the headline. https://t.co/jFMw79iV8w

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History of US Korea Connect

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.

Top Imports

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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