Unions are split on support of South Korean trade deal

The United Automobile Workers and the United Food and Commercial Workers support President Barack Obama's free-trade agreement with South Korea, saying it would boost exports and create U.S. jobs. It's a departure from past union criticisms that trade agreements hurt the U.S. job market. Other unions, such as the International Association of Machinists, oppose the deal.

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