ILAB in South Korea
Labor Department Reports for the U.S. South Korea Trade Promotion Agreement
Per the Trade Act of 2002 [sections 2102(c)(5), 2102(c)(8) and 2102(c)(9)] and subsequent delegations of responsibilities that it creates, ILAB prepares for Congress three reports for every country with which the United States intends to establish a free trade agreement: a U.S. employment impact report, a report on the labor rights situation in our proposed partner country, and a report on laws governing exploitative child labor in the partner.
- Report on the U.S. Employment Impact Report of the United States-South Korea Trade Promotion Agreement (Report, October 2011)
- South Korea: Labor Rights Report (Report, October 2011)
- South Korea: Laws Governing Exploitative Child Labor Report (Report, October 2011)
For more information about the U.S.-South Korea Trade Promotion Agreement, please visit the USTR Web site.