Want China Times
South Korea hopes to sign two agreements on economic issues with Taiwan by the end
of the year to strengthen bilateral economic cooperation, according to South Korea’s top envy to Taiwan.
The two sides are in talks on an agreement on investment protection and a pact to avoid double taxation, Cho Baek-sang, head of the Korean Mission in Taipei, told CNA in a recent interview.
“We are focusing on negotiating the two agreements,” he said through an interpreter in response to questions on the progress of the negotiations, and expressed his hope that the pacts will be signed by the end of this year. [FULL STORY]