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USDA/FAS Spotlight on Korea

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USDA/FAS Spotlight on Korea

Annyeong! (Hi in Korean - 어이!  ),        

Please join us on Wednesday, April 27th, 2022 at 6:00 pm EDT (it will be Thursday morning in Seoul) as FAS presents “Spotlight on Korea”, our 5th largest export market with over $9 billion in U.S. exports last year (22% growth vs 2020). If you have not kept up or just want to catch up with all that is going on in this important export market, this is your chance. Team FAS Seoul has prepared a great agenda which is attached. We look forward to your participation and questions. Please feel free to pass along this invitation to all your members and contacts.  Join the MS Teams presentation by clicking here.

Gausa haeyo (Thanks in Korean- 감사 해요 ),

Julio Maldonado

Customer Engagement Executive

Foreign Agricultural Service – USDA

Washington D.C.

Tel. 202-510-1803

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