(Adds quote from prime minister, analyst comment, market reaction) SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's government, facing industrial unrest across a range of industries and criticism over its handling of recent disputes, said on Wednesday it would stick to a policy of trying resolve labour problems using dialogue. Prime Minister Goh Kun, who said those leading illegal strikes would be held responsible, gave little hint of a change in labour policies after an emergency meeting of top ...
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