South Korea's trade minister Kim Hyon-chong speaks during a briefing at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul on March 26, 2018. Seoul has agreed to cut steel exports to the US by 30 per cent and accepted extended tariffs on South Korean pickup trucks to secure a revised trade deal with the US and escape Washington's steel duties. Photo: AFP

US agrees not to impose Donald Trump’s tariffs on South Korea ahead of meeting with North Korea

To avoid the steel tariff, South Korea would limit US shipments of the metal to about 2.7 million tonnes a year, South Korea said

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South Korea's trade minister Kim Hyon-chong speaks during a briefing at the Foreign Ministry in Seoul on March 26, 2018. Seoul has agreed to cut steel exports to the US by 30 per cent and accepted extended tariffs on South Korean pickup trucks to secure a revised trade deal with the US and escape Washington's steel duties. Photo: AFP
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