(Adds financial market reaction) By Kim Miyoung SEOUL, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Workers from South Korea's top two trade union groups staged a partial strike on Tuesday to protest against government plans to revise a labour bill that unions believe will result in worse working conditions and reduced pay. But with a parliamentary vote on the bill likely to be delayed until later this month, the work stoppage was limited, unions and the government said. "Only seven trade groups, including ...
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