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China and South Korea are expected to start talks on a free trade agreement next year. It was reported in the China Daily, which quoted South Korea's ambassador to China. The discussions would follow four years of feasibility studies on the deal in both countries.
China is South Korea's biggest export market led by steel and electronic products. China has already signed free trade agreements with Chile, Peru, Costa Rica, Pakistan, New Zealand and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.