(Adds details) By Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Heralding a big change in strategy, the new leader of South Korea's most militant labour union group said on Tuesday it would seek more talks and fewer strikes to make the country a better place to invest. Lee Soo-ho, recently elected to head the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU), also told Reuters in an interview labour unions needed to refrain from demanding excessive wage hikes and said his group would try to make ...
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