Published: Jun 08, 2022
South Korea’s unionized cargo truckers staged a indefinite strike starting Monday midnight, marking the first major labour-government conflict since President Yoon Suk-yeol took office last month amid a worsening market economy and sharp price hikes here.
Published: May 30, 2022
Behind South Korea's industrial growth was a military-like corporate culture that united workforces for a shared goal: The mantra “your company is your family” propelled the tremendous drive toward economic prosperity but also gave validity to tough corporate culture and hierarchy.
Published: Mar 06, 2022
South Korea has decided to release 4.42 million barrels of strategic crude reserves to help bring down soaring energy prices and prevent a possible supply shortage amid tensions surrounding Ukraine, the industry ministry said Saturday.