Arirang | 2015-05-11
Seoul, Beijing, Tokyo to hold new round of trilateral FTA talks
South Korea, China and Japan are set to resume a new round of negotiations this week aimed at forging a trilateral free-trade agreement.
During a two-day meeting in Seoul, the head delegates from the three countries are expected to focus on key remaining issues, including the basic guideline for negotiations on market liberalization, as well as issues related to customs, goods and services, and intellectual property.
The talks scheduled to be held from Tuesday, will be the seventh of their kind since the neighboring nations launched trilateral negotiations in November 2012.