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Workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions chant slogans during a May Day rally in Seoul on May 1. Yun Ho-jung says traditional economic policy favoring major companies has failed.   © Reuters
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Moon adviser says only government can create jobs

South Korea's economic policy will shift to 'people first'

| South Korea

SEOUL -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in has promised government-led job creation as the centerpiece of his economic policy agenda. But his focus on the government's role is not sitting well with companies.

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