Global supply chains at risk again as truckers stage another nationwide strike in South Korea

Truck drivers in South Korea have gone on a second mass strike in less than six months. At least 25,000 truckers are expected to join an indefinite strike that could paralyse critical supply chains, including those in the car, steel and refinery industries.

The organisers have warned the strike could stop oil supplies and transport as workers are set to rally and block ports, petrochemical and industrial sites, and logistics hubs around the country.

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