Trade unions threaten strikes SEOUL — The Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) announces plans to quit a special commission composed of labor, business and government in protest against unilateral corporate restructuring and mass layoffs. Observers here say the decision is expected to herald an all-out battle with the government and a general strike in April or May. The Federation of Korean Trade Unions, a conservative group of union workers, reportedly is considering joining the ...

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