June 27 2012
The South Korean military is supplying scores of vehicles and drivers during a nationwide truckers' strike to help minimize disruptions, reports the Yonhap news agency.
The Defense Ministry said on Tuesday that about 100 container vehicles and 200 drivers had been dispatched to major ports, including Busan (Pusan) and Gwangyang.
The drivers will coordinate with regional port authorities for the duration of the strike.
A truck drivers' union began a strike Monday, demanding...
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