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Selling Cosmetics in South Korea




 Selling Cosmetics in South Korea
In March, 2012 an updated U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement became effective, making it the most commercially significant free trade agreement for the U.S. in almost 20 years.

The added reduction in South Korean tariffs and tariff-rate quotas on goods is expected to add $10-$12 billion annually to the U.S.
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In March, 2012 an updated U.S.-South Korea free trade agreement became effective, making it the most commercially significant free trade agreement for the U.S. in almost 20 years.

The added reduction in South Korean tariffs and tariff-rate quotas on goods is expected to add $10-$12 billion annually to the U.S.

GDP and approximately $10 billion to annual exports to South Korea. Under the new FTA, almost 80 percent of U.S. exports to Korea became duty free in 2012, including consumer products.

Feature Speaker:
Heesook Baik, Commercial Specialist, U.S. Commercial Service, Seoul, South Korea.
Tiger Kim, CEO, Cosmetic Consulting