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Asian countries want an active American presence in the region, and they want robust trade with the U.S.
I still remember the anxiety I got from driving an American-made car in Seoul.
The U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement entered into force four years ago today. While it’s still too early to arrive at a full assessment of its results, the agreement has already brought real benefits for American workers, farmers, ranchers, and companies.
Some of the agreement’s provisions have yet to enter into force, but many are in place. And they are already helping create a more level playing field for U.S. trade with our sixth-largest trading partner. Consider:
With a $1 trillion economy, ample natural resources, 250 million people, and favorable demographics, Indonesia's commercial opportunities are tremendous, but so are the challenges.
Australian and Japanese officials earlier this week concluded seven years of negotiations toward a bilateral free-trade pact. It’s a pity they set the bar so low.