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Brady Statement on U.S.- South Korea Trade Negotiations

November 11, 2010

Washington, DC – U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady, the top House Republican on the Trade Subcommittee of the Committee on Ways and Means, released the following statement related to the U.S.-South Korea trade agreement negotiations:

“I am disappointed that the outstanding auto and beef issues surrounding the U.S.-South Korea trade agreement have not been resolved. I hope that these issues can be resolved quickly and sufficiently so we can take full advantage of the market opportunities that this agreement presents for the United States.”

Congressman Brady added, “In addition, we must further strengthen U.S. economic engagement in the Asia-Pacific region and achieve access for U.S. job-creators through the ongoing Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations. If we are to achieve the President’s goal of doubling exports by 2015, we must break open new markets to U.S. exports so that we can “sell American” around the world.”