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South Korea Truckers Go on Strike at Ports as Fuel Costs Soar

  • Protests slow movement of goods at Busan and Pyeongtaek ports
  • Rallies take place at 16 locations across the country: ITF
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Thousands of truck drivers in South Korea have gone on strike at major ports and container depots, posing the latest threat to strained global-supply chains.