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May 22, 2013 2:19 PM

South Korea trade deal produces bleak first-year results for U.S.

More than a year after it took effect, a highly touted trade deal with South Korea has failed to produce as expected for the U.S.: Exports are down, imports are up and the trade deficit with the Asian economic powerhouse has ballooned.

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