Law Society heads up Korea push as EU seals trade agreement
The Law Society is stepping up its activities in South Korea after the EU signed a free trade agreement (FTA) with the country earlier this month (15 October). The society has been pushing for legal services to be included in the FTA, and with this objective achieved, the Korean legal market could be opened up to European firms. The FTA could be ratified as early as next year, allowing for the three-stage deregulation of the market to start.
UK firms eye Korea opportunities as FTA points to market opening
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