Korean Labor Isn't Playing Dead Anymore

With the economy hot, unions are out to quash Kim's reforms

South Korea's powerful labor unions have shown remarkable restraint since Asia's economic crisis struck the nation in 1997. As a result, the government has been able to enact sweeping reforms that not long ago would have sent throngs of aggrieved workers into the streets.

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