SEOUL, April 4 Kyodo North Korea on Thursday blocked South Korean workers and cargo from the inter-Korean industrial zone in Kaesong for the second day running despite South Korea's calls to lift the passage restrictions, according to South Korea's Unification Ministry.
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| TOKYO, April 8 (KUNA) -- North Korea said Monday it will withdraw all North Korean workers from a joint industrial complex it runs with South Korea in the North's border city of Kaesong and suspend operations there.
Summary: North Korea have banned South Korean workers from entering a jointly run factory park, according to Seoul officials.
However, despite its angry rhetoric North Korean authorities allowed South Korean workers to enter the jointly-run Kaesong industrial park that is a lucrative source of income for the North.
Sixty-four South Korean firms have opened factories in the groundbreaking project, employing 21,600 North Korean workers.
The project brings together South Korean business experience and investment capital and North Korean workers and land.
Around 46 per cent of South Korean workers were said to be unsure of their jobs, even if they were performing well, compared with 41 per cent in the UK, 38 per cent in Japan and 37 per cent in the US, Australia and France.
Then she offers scathing personal testimonies from the Chinese, Latina, and Korean workers and organizers.