(Adds details on strike action, government comment) SEOUL, Aug 19 (Reuters) - South Korea's top trade union group said on Tuesday that some of its members had staged a partial strike to protest against a government move to revise a labour bill. However, with a parliamentary vote on the revised bill likely to be delayed until later this month, the scale of the industrial action was limited, the union and the government said. "Only seven trade groups, including metals, taxi drivers and ...
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