South Korea widens back-to-work orders on striking truckers


              Stacked containers fill a port in Busan, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. South Korea's government expanded its back-to-work orders Thursday against thousands of cargo truck drivers who are staging a nationwide walkout over freight fare issues, saying a prolonged strike could inflict "deep scars" on the country's economy. (Ha Kyung-min/Newsis via AP)
            
              Trucks are parked after drivers went on strike at a port in Busan, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. South Korea's government expanded its back-to-work orders Thursday against thousands of cargo truck drivers who are staging a nationwide walkout over freight fare issues, saying a prolonged strike could inflict "deep scars" on the country's economy. (Ha Kyung-min/Newsis via AP)
            
              Ready-mixed-concrete vehicles are parked at a remicon plant in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. South Korea's government expanded its back-to-work orders Thursday against thousands of cargo truck drivers who are staging a nationwide walkout over freight fare issues, saying a prolonged strike could inflict "deep scars" on the country's economy. (Kim In-chul/Yonhap via AP)
            
              Ready-mixed-concrete vehicles are parked at a remicon plant in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. South Korea's government expanded its back-to-work orders Thursday against thousands of cargo truck drivers who are staging a nationwide walkout over freight fare issues, saying a prolonged strike could inflict "deep scars" on the country's economy. (Kim In-chul/Yonhap via AP)
            
              South Korean Finance Minister Choo Kyung-ho, center, speaks during a news conference at the government complex in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Dec. 8, 2022. South Korea’s government expanded its back-to-work orders Thursday against thousands of cargo truck drivers who are staging a nationwide walkout over freight fare issues, saying a prolonged strike could inflict "deep scars" on the country’s economy. (Kim Sung-doo/Yonhap via AP)
South Korea widens back-to-work orders on striking truckers