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South Korea

Issue No. 1928

The biggest workers’ rally in South Korea since 1997 took place on Sunday. Slogans included “An end to discrimination against temporary workers”, “No to the Korea-Japan free trade area” and “For the withdrawal of Korean troops from Iraq”. The rally was a launchpad for an indefinite strike by public sector workers to defend union rights in the face of repression by the government.


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Sat 20 Nov 2004, 00:00 GMT
Issue No. 1928
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