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'Nut Rage' Prompts S. Korea to Consider Law Against High-Handedness

Resentment has mounted so much in South Korea against what has come to be known as “gabjil,” high-handedness by the rich and powerful, that parliamentarians are proposing legislation to punish some of the worst abuses. A bill to be presented in the national assembly this month is formally called the “Conglomerates Ethical Management Special Law” but has been nick-named the Cho Hyun-ah law. Cho, also known as Heather Cho, is the daughter of the chairman of Korean Air Lines and was...

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