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Trade unions in South Korea

trade unions in south korea
The Ministry of Labor announced on 19 September 2008 that as of December 2007, 108% of workers were in trade unions in South Korea, a 05% increase from 103% in 2006 Korea’s unionization rate peaked in 1989 at 198% and fell to 10% 20041

There are two national trade union centres in South Korea: the Federation of Korean Trade Unions FKTU and the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions KCTU In 2007, the FKTU had 740,308 members 439% of trade unionists in Korea, the KCTU had 682,418 members 404%, and 265,056 workers were members of independent trade unions affiliated to neither national centre1

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  1. ^ a b Unionization rate in 2007 stands at 108 percent first upward move in 18 years Korea International Labour Foundation, 19 September 2008 Accessed 2009-04-09

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