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The Canadian and South Korean governments have announced plans to implement the new Youth Mobility Agreement, allowing certain Canadian and South Korean nationals to live and work in the two countries.
Additional Information: Eligible South Korean nationals can find more information regarding the Youth Mobility Agreement through Canada’s International Experience Canada Program website; eligible Canadian nationals can find more information about the program through this website.
BAL Analysis: Canadian and South Korean authorities plan to introduce the Youth Mobility Agreement to improve bilateral relations and labor market access for their youth between 18 and 35 years old.
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