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S. Korea allows extended working hour scheme for firms affected by Japan's export curbs Updated: 2019-07-23 16:19:32 KST

South Korea is temporarily allowing companies affected by Japan's trade restrictions to have their employees work longer than the maximum 52-hour workweek.
Describing Tokyo's measures as a (quote-unquote) "social disaster," Minister of Labor Lee Jae-kap said on Monday that the new policy will be in place for a maximum of three months.
He said the move will let South Korean firms to focus more on research and development to reduce their dependence on Japan for tech-related items.
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