China Japan and South Korea eye free trade agreement

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While China's President Xi Jinping is in South Africa talking trade and politics, representatives from his Ministry of Commerce are in Seoul to negotiate a free trade agreement.

Some hope that a potential deal may help soothe ongoing territorial disputes.

The BBC's Rico Hizon asked James Rooney, president of the Market Force Company, who is likely to benefit from the deal.

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