South Korea has shown willingness for talks on revising a 2012 trade pact with the United States after initial differences that followed President Donald Trump’s threat to terminate the accord unless it was renegotiated.

South Korea’s Trade Ministry said this after a day of talks in Washington.

The US trade representative, Robert Lighthizer has said the United States look forward to stepped-up talks to resolve outstanding implementation issues and engage soon on amendments that will lead to fair, reciprocal trade.

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