SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's government, facing industrial unrest across a range of major industries, said on Wednesday it preferred to resolve labour disputes by using dialogue. Prime Minister Goh Kun said in an address to the country the government would keep trying to resolve labour disputes through dialogue and compromise.. His comments come a day after the 39,000-strong union at top auto maker, Hyundai Motor Co , voted for a strike over higher pay. Analysts and employers ...
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