(Adds background on overall labour situation) By Jean Yoon SEOUL, Aug 25 (Reuters) - A strike by thousands of South Korean truck drivers hit freight flows at the country's main ports on Monday, costing $338 million in delayed shipments, affecting top exporters such as Samsung Electronics. Labour unrest in South Korea, which has a reputation for union militancy, has come under the spotlight this year as the new centre-left government of President Roh Moo-hyun, a former labour lawyer, ...
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