(Updates with analyst comments, background) By Kim Myong-hwan SEOUL, Sept 25 (Reuters) - South Korea said on Thursday the government would press to make the labour market more flexible and prevent illegal work stoppages, some of the main bugbears for foreign investors doing business in the country. Alarmed by warnings that militant labour unions would scare away foreign investment, authorities plan to unveil a five-year plan by the end of 2003 to improve labour-management ties. ...
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