South Korea’s Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) went on strike Nov. 12 demanding the dissolution of laws that allow management to prosecute workers who participate in illegal strikes. However, Reuters reports only half the projected 10,000 activists participated in the walkout. The union representing Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. workers downed tools for four hours to show its support of the KCTU’s actions. Hyundai says it will be able to make up for the lost output of 1,400 cars in ...
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