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South Korea's labour laws hurting small businesses | Money Talks

Korean leaders have kicked off their third summit this year. South Korean President Moon Jae-in and his North Korean counterpart, Kim Jong-un, hope to revive stalled denuclearisation talks. But both leaders are also looking to bring their economies closer. Moon's approval ratings have slipped after a recent minimum wage hike. He is now hoping North Korean workers could help fill some of the labour shortages his country is facing. Bruce Harrison reports from Seoul, on why Moon's economic policies are drawing criticism. #SouthKorea #LabourLaws #Business

Koreas Summit : Korean leaders agree to denuclearise peninsula

Koreas Summit : Korean leaders agree to denuclearise peninsula

Historic Korea summit

Historic Korea summit

Korean leaders meet for first time in a decade | Money Talks

Korean leaders meet for first time in a decade | Money Talks

Korea Tensions: Separated families hope for reunion

Korea Tensions: Separated families hope for reunion

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Queen's Funeral: Was your country invited?

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Looking at the Stars | Storyteller | Full Film

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

Will Sweden’s New Government Follow Through On Its Promise About Tackling the PKK Terror Group?

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

UNGA 77: Interview with Pakistan's Foreign Minister

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

Africa Matters: UN Security Council Reform

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

The far-right alliance claims victory in Italy

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

CLIMATE APARTHEID: Does the WEST owe a debt to the rest of the world?

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

17th Istanbul Biennial | Showcase Special

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