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Ag Briefs 5-16-11

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.

A meeting involving Ambassador Han Duk-soo of the Republic of Korea, Mark Udall, Colorado Agriculture Commissioner John Salazar and agricultural producers discussed how Colorado can be more active in the Korean market. Although the Korea-U.S. Free Trade Agreement has languished since 2007, both countries have started revisiting the agreement again. Agricultural products from Colorado, such as beef, dairy and wheat, provide millions of dollars in exports to Korea. If a trade agreement is worked out, Colorado could become even a bigger part of the Asian export market.

For more information, go to http://www.MarkUdall.Senate.gov.


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