KORUS


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AcronymDefinition
KORUSSouth Korea-United States Free Trade Agreement
KORUSRussian-Korean International Symposium on Science and Technology
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Trade Representative for Japan, Korea and APEC led the consultation and called for immediate action by Korea to come into compliance with KORUS. Currently pending amendments to Korea's "Monopoly Regulations and Fair Trade Act" fail to address U.S.
Behind this success stand the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) and its amendment that came into force in January.
Still, it is clear that the South Koreans were forced to accede to these changes, even though they negotiated the Korus in good faith and have stuck to its terms.
To add an item to the catalogue, the supplier should send it to the KORUS Laboratory, where a digital certificate (including more than 400 details about the item) will be created in a couple of minutes.
He withdrew immediately from TPP, viewed as a pillar of US Asia strategy, then forced renegotiations of NAFTA and KORUS FTA.
Among the Korus's many prestigious awards and prizes are the Grand Prix at the 6th International Krakow Choir Festival in Poland in June 2015 and first prize in the Folk Category and second prize in the Mixed Category at the Festival Internacional de Musica de Cantonigros in Catalonia, Spain.
The'low loss' performance of the next generation KORUS range permits high data signal transmission without distortion.
Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) on October 21, 2011 (P.L.
Trade Representative] and the embassy worked closely and seamlessly throughout the negotiations and now the implementation phase of KORUS," said Assistant U.S.
To overcome the negative impact of KORUS FTA, Taiwanese textile industry needs to upgrade itself by adopting new technologies, eco-friendly production processes and by implementing innovative ideas.
The most immediate impact of the KORUS FTA is its tariff elimination effect on trade.
Mark Begich lauded the so-called KORUS agreement, saying, "South Korea is a customer of many Alaska goods, including seafood, timber, oil and gas, and minerals.