27 Jun '11, 1pm

아시아원뉴스에도 나왔네요..

아시아원뉴스에도 나왔네요..

SEOUL - A six-month strike at a South Korean shipyard has ended, the company said Monday, but a female labour activist had not yet abandoned a solo protest atop a 35-metre (115-foot) crane. The stoppage began on December 20 at the yard owned by Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction in the southern port city of Busan, after the company announced plans to cut 400 jobs through an early retirement package. "Union leaders agreed to end the strike and resumed talks with management," a company spokesman told AFP, adding the shipyard has almost no backlog of orders because of the labour strife. Activist Kim Jin-Suk, who began her crane protest on January 6 to support the strikers, was however still there on Monday afternoon, management and union officials said. A union official said Kim rejected an order from court officials to come down and the officials had spread cushioning ...

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