South Korea Orders Striking Cement Truckers to Return to Work

South korea orders striking cement truckers to return to work

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Talks between South Korea’s Transport Ministry and striking cement truck drivers are set to resume Wednesday after the government order them to go back to work. Heejin Kim reports on Bloomberg Television.

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