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The Latest: Trump wants to cut trade deficit with Korea

President Donald Trump says that he will start to reduce the U.S. trade deficit by renegotiating a trade deal with South Korea. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says that U.S. autos, steel and other companies still face trade barriers in South Korea. Moon is aiming to show he's serious about dealing with the North Korean threat despite calling for engagement with the North to address its nuclear weapons development.
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