Report: N.Korea laborers do not report for work at Kaesong

By REUTERS
April 9, 2013 04:14

 
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SEOUL - North Korean laborers did not report to work on Tuesday at the Kaesong industrial complex that is jointly operated with South Korea, Yonhap news agency reported, a day after Pyongyang said it would temporarily suspend operations in the zone.

A South Korean government official could not immediately confirm the report and said authorities were looking into the matter.

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