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S. Korea completes ratification process for key ILO conventions Updated: 2021-04-21 06:57:59 KST

The South Korean government has finished ratifying key international conventions on workers’ rights with the International Labour Organization.
They cover forced labor, freedom of association and the right to organize and collective bargaining.
Attending Tuesday's virtual event were ILO chief Guy Ryder and South Korea's labor minister.
They will take effect in April 2022.
The government expects the ratification to guarantee basic workers' rights, and help lower risks on trade and commerce.
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