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In South Korea's struggling Kia Town, 'bad jobs' better than no jobs

Reuters Monday, 15 April 2019 ()
Park Byung-kyu once led Kia Motor's union in the city of Gwangju, fighting for labor protections against the powerful, family-run chaebol that dominated the economy during South Korea's rapid industrialization.
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