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POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBDK
April 10, 2008
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest...
Seoul, South Korea
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul
Workers move steel bars at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBD1
April 10, 2008
A man steps over steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's...
Seoul, South Korea
A man steps over steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul
A man steps over steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBCX
April 10, 2008
A man works near steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's...
Seoul, South Korea
A man works near steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul
A man works near steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBCT
April 10, 2008
A man moves steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest...
Seoul, South Korea
A man moves steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul
A man moves steel tubes at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-PRICE/
RTR1ZBBM
April 10, 2008
A worker cuts iron at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest...
Seoul, South Korea
A worker cuts iron at an ironworks in Seoul
A worker cuts iron at an ironworks in Seoul April 10, 2008. South Korea's POSCO, the world's fourth-biggest steelmaker, raised its prices by as much as a fifth on Thursday as it seeks to pass on soaring raw material costs, but its shares fell as the market had expected a bigger price increase. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA/
RTX51JX
December 28, 2007
(L-R) POSCO Chief Executive Lee Ku-taek, SK Group chairman Chey Tae-won, LG Group chairman Koo Bon-moo,...
Seoul, South Korea
South Korean conglomerates' leaders await President-elect Lee at a main office of the FKI in Seoul
(L-R) POSCO Chief Executive Lee Ku-taek, SK Group chairman Chey Tae-won, LG Group chairman Koo Bon-moo, Hanwha Group chairman Kim Seung-youn, Hyundai Motor Group chairman Chung Mong-koo and Samsung Group chairman Lee Kun-hee wait for President-elect Lee Myung-bak (not seen) at a main office of the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI), the country's biggest business lobby group, in Seoul December 28, 2007. REUTERS/Korea Pool (SOUTH KOREA) KOREA OUT
MARKETS-KOREA-STOCKS
RTR1RSNX
July 13, 2007
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing the stock price index at the Korea Exchange...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing stock price index at the Korea Exchange in...
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing the stock price index at the Korea Exchange in Seoul July 13, 2007. Seoul shares surged 2.8 percent on Friday to a record close after Samsung Electronics jumped on a media report it may be targeted in a hostile takeover bid, while POSCO gained on optimism about second-quarter results. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
MARKETS-KOREA-STOCKS
RTR1RSNV
July 13, 2007
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing the stock price index at the Korea Exchange...
Seoul, South Korea
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing stock price index at the Korea Exchange in...
An employee at the Korea Exchange looks at a screen showing the stock price index at the Korea Exchange in Seoul July 13, 2007. Seoul shares surged 2.8 percent on Friday to a record close after Samsung Electronics jumped on a media report it may be targeted in a hostile takeover bid, while POSCO gained on optimism about second-quarter results. REUTERS/Jo Yong-Hak (SOUTH KOREA)
INDIA POSCO
RTR1NN7P
March 19, 2007
A farmer works in a paddy field in Dhinkia village, about 165 km (102 miles) east of the southeastern...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
A farmer works in a paddy field in Dhinkia village, about 165 km (102 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. Picture taken on March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO/REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA POSCO
RTR1NN7O
March 19, 2007
Farmers work in a betel leaf farm in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
Farmers work in a betel leaf farm in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO.To match feature INDIA-POSCO/ Picture taken on March 12, 2007. REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA POSCO
RTR1NN7N
March 19, 2007
A farmer takes his cattle for grazing in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
A farmer takes his cattle for grazing in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. Picture taken on March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA POSCO/
RTR1NN7M
March 19, 2007
A woman sweeps her house in Dhinkia village, about 165 km (102 miles) east of the southeastern Indian...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
A woman sweeps her house in Dhinkia village, about 165 km (102 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. Picture taken March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO/REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
INDIA POSCO
RTR1NN7K
March 19, 2007
A farmer makes puffed rice in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern Indian...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
A farmer makes puffed rice in Nuagaon village, about 145 km (90 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. Picture taken March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO/REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR1NN7I
March 19, 2007
Employees of POSCO India attend a silent protest in front of a local administration office demanding...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
Employees of POSCO India attend a silent protest in front of a local administration office demanding to put-up the steel plant near Jagatsinghpur town, about 130 km (80 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar March 12, 2007. A tense stand-off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. Picture taken on March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO/ REUTERS/Parth Sanyal(INDIA)
INDIA-POSCO/
RTR1NN7G
March 19, 2007
Employees of POSCO India rest during a silent protest in front of a local administration office near...
JAGDALPUR, India
To match feature INDIA-POSCO/
Employees of POSCO India rest during a silent protest in front of a local administration office near Jagatsinghpur town, about 130 km (80 miles) east of the southeastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar, March 12, 2007. A tense-stand off with farmers unwilling to give up their land threatens India's largest-ever foreign investment project, a $12 billion steel plant planned by South Korea's POSCO. The employees are demanding that the steel plant be constructed in Jagatsinghpur town. Picture taken on March 12, 2007. To match feature INDIA-POSCO REUTERS/Parth Sanyal (INDIA)
POSCO-MITTAL/
RTR1NJ0F
March 16, 2007
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March...
KWANGYANG, South Korea
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March 16, 2007. POSCO, the world's third-largest steel maker, denied a newspaper report on Friday that a senior Arcelor Mittal executive expressed interest in POSCO's M&A strategy when he visited South Korea last month. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-MITTAL/
RTR1NJ07
March 16, 2007
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March...
KWANGYANG, South Korea
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March 16, 2007. POSCO, the world's third-largest steel maker, denied a newspaper report on Friday that a senior Arcelor Mittal executive expressed interest in POSCO's M&A strategy when he visited South Korea last month. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-MITTAL/
RTR1NJ06
March 16, 2007
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March...
KWANGYANG, South Korea
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March 16, 2007. POSCO, the world's third-largest steel maker, denied a newspaper report on Friday that a senior Arcelor Mittal executive expressed interest in POSCO's M&A strategy when he visited South Korea last month. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-MITTAL/
RTR1NJ04
March 16, 2007
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March...
KWANGYANG, South Korea
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang, about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March 16, 2007. POSCO, the world's third-largest steel maker, denied a newspaper report on Friday that a senior Arcelor Mittal executive expressed interest in POSCO's M&A strategy when he visited South Korea last month. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO-MITTAL/
RTR1NIZE
March 16, 2007
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March...
KWANGYANG, South Korea
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang
A view of a South Korean POSCO steelworks in Kwangyang about 390 km (242 miles) south of Seoul, March 16, 2007. POSCO, the world's third-largest steel maker, denied a newspaper report on Friday that a senior Arcelor Mittal executive expressed interest in POSCO's M&A strategy when he visited South Korea last month. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-POSCO/
RTR1LWCP
February 02, 2007
A woman walks past a sculpture of POSCO's logo at its headquarters in Seoul February 2, 2007. A senior...
Seoul, South Korea
A woman walks past a sculpture of POSCO's logo at its headquarters in Seoul
A woman walks past a sculpture of POSCO's logo at its headquarters in Seoul February 2, 2007. A senior official at Arcelor Mittal, the world's largest steel maker, met the chief executive of South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 3 producer, but they did not discuss issues related to M&A, POSCO said on Friday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA-POSCO/
RTR1LWCN
February 02, 2007
A man walks past a direction board of POSCO at its headquarters in Seoul February 2, 2007. A senior official...
Seoul, South Korea
A man walks past a direction board of POSCO in its headquarters in Seoul
A man walks past a direction board of POSCO at its headquarters in Seoul February 2, 2007. A senior official at Arcelor Mittal, the world's largest steel maker, met the chief executive of South Korea's POSCO, the world's No. 3 producer, but they did not discuss issues related to M&A, POSCO said on Friday. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J29Y
November 06, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a signing ceremony of memorandum of...
Seoul, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru speaks at signing ceremony of MOU for oil development...
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru speaks at a signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding (MOU) for oil development & railway modernization project between Nigeria and South Korea in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's energy ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J29T
November 06, 2006
Chung Sye-kyun (L), South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, shakes hands with OPEC Chairman...
Seoul, South Korea
Chung, South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy shakes hands with OPEC Chairman and Nigerian...
Chung Sye-kyun (L), South Korean Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy, shakes hands with OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru at a signing ceremony of memorandum of understanding (MOU) for oil development & railway modernization project in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's energy ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
ENERGY KOREA NIGERIA
RTR1J27F
November 06, 2006
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul November...
Seoul, South Korea
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul
OPEC Chairman and Nigerian Oil Minister Edmund Daukoru visits the national cemetery in Seoul November 6, 2006. South Korea's POSCO Engineering & Construction Co. and state-run Korea National Oil Corp have won a deal worth $10 billion to upgrade railway infrastructure in Nigeria, Seoul's Energy Ministry said on Monday. South Korea will provide infrastructure and low-interest loans for the projects in return for stakes in Nigerian oil fields, the ministry said. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1H111
September 06, 2006
A construction worker weeps at a ceremony held in memory of fellow worker Ha Joong-keun in Seoul September...
Seoul, Korea
Construction worker weeps at a ceremony held in memory of fellow worker Ha Joong-keun in Seoul
A construction worker weeps at a ceremony held in memory of fellow worker Ha Joong-keun in Seoul September 6, 2006. About one hundred construction workers rallied in Seoul on Wednesday in support of Ha, who died after sustaining an injury to his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1GABF
August 11, 2006
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national police agency in Seoul August 11, 2006. Hundreds of construction workers demonstrated in Seoul on Friday in support of one of their colleagues. He died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest calling for improvements to the working conditions of temporary construction workers at South Korea's largest steel maker, POSCO, in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1GABE
August 11, 2006
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national police agency in Seoul August 11, 2006. Hundreds of construction workers demonstrated in Seoul on Friday in support of one of their colleagues. He died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest calling for improvements to the working conditions of temporary construction workers at South Korea's largest steel maker, POSCO, in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1GABB
August 11, 2006
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national...
Protesters scuffle with police trying to block them from marching towards the headquarters of the national police agency in Seoul August 11, 2006. Hundreds of construction workers demonstrated in Seoul on Friday in support of one of their colleagues. He died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest calling for improvements to the working conditions of temporary construction workers at South Korea's largest steel maker, POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
MINERALS VIETNAM POSCO
RTR1GA8K
August 11, 2006
An engineer checks steel structures at a construction site in Hanoi August 11, 2006. POSCO Co. Ltd. ,...
Hanoi, Vietnam
Engineer checks steel structures at a construction site in Hanoi
An engineer checks steel structures at a construction site in Hanoi August 11, 2006. POSCO Co. Ltd. , the world's fifth-biggest steel maker, wants to build hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel mills costing $1 billion in southern Vietnam, state newspapers reported on Friday. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM)
KOREA
RTR1G8CH
August 09, 2006
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
An injured worker receives help after...
Pohang, South Korea
An injured worker receives help after clashes with police as they tried to march toward POSCO in Pohang...
ATTENTION EDITORS - VISUALS COVERAGE OF SCENES OF DEATH OR INJURY
An injured worker receives help after clashes with police as they tried to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers, including construction workers, rallied in support of one worker, who died after getting injured on his head as police tried to put down a protest demanding for improvements to the working conditions of temporary construction workers at South Korea's largest steel maker in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G8CF
August 09, 2006
People provide assistance to injured workers after police subdued workers trying to march toward POSCO...
Pohang, South Korea
Injured workers are helped by citizens after police subdued workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang...
People provide assistance to injured workers after police subdued workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers including construction workers rallied in support of one worker, who died after getting injured on his head as police tried to put down a protest demanding for improvements to the working conditions of temporary construction workers at South Korea's largest steel maker in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G87A
August 09, 2006
A worker uses fire extinguisher as policemen block workers who are trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang,...
Pohang, South Korea
A worker uses fire extinguisher as policemen block workers who are trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang,...
A worker uses fire extinguisher as policemen block workers who are trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G877
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G871
August 09, 2006
A policeman is detained by angry workers as workers fight against police who are trying to block them...
Pohang, South Korea
A policeman is detained by angry workers as workers fight against police who are trying to block them...
A policeman is detained by angry workers as workers fight against police who are trying to block them from marching toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G870
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight against policemen who block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G86Z
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight against policemen who block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G86W
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight against policemen who block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G86R
August 09, 2006
Workers fight against policemen who are blocking them from marching toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight against policemen who are blocking them from marching toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight against policemen who are blocking them from marching toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul, August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, including construction workers, demonstrated on Wednesday in support of a construction worker, who died after receiving head injuries during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G86P
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight against policemen who block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G855
August 09, 2006
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang
Workers fight with policemen as they try to block workers trying to march toward POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) southeast of Seoul August 9, 2006. About 5,000 workers from the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions including construction workers demonstrated on Wednesday in support of one construction worker, who died after getting injured on his head during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G0P2
August 02, 2006
Protesters hold portraits of a dead construction worker during a rally in front of the National Police...
Seoul, South Korea
Protesters hold portraits of a dead construction worker during a rally in front of the National Police...
Protesters hold portraits of a dead construction worker during a rally in front of the National Police Agency headquarters in Seoul August 2, 2006. About 200 workers rallied on Wednesday in support of one of their colleagues, who died after getting injured during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G0P1
August 02, 2006
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency...
Seoul, South Korea
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency...
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency headquarters in Seoul August 2, 2006. About 200 workers rallied on Wednesday in support of one of their colleagues, who died after getting injured during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1G0P0
August 02, 2006
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency...
Seoul, South Korea
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency...
Police use shields to break up protesting construction workers in front of the National Police Agency headquarters in Seoul August 2, 2006. About 200 workers rallied on Wednesday in support of one of their colleagues, who died after getting injured during police suppression of a protest against South Korea's largest steel maker POSCO in July. REUTERS/You Sung-Ho (SOUTH KOREA)
POSCO
RTXOUYA
July 20, 2006
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel.....
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006.
KOREA
RTXOUY3
July 20, 2006
A family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen while...
Pohang, South Korea
A family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen .....
A family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen while she demands to supply food to the workers in front of the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. [More than 1,000 striking workers who had been constructing new production facilities for POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, accused the company of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges, local media reported.]
KOREA
RTR1FNR3
July 20, 2006
A worker (R) walks past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest...
Pohang, South Korea
A worker walks past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO in Pohang
A worker (R) walks past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, in Pohang about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNR2
July 20, 2006
An employee works at a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of...
Pohang, South Korea
An employee works at a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang
An employee works at a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. POSCO is South Korea 's largest steel maker. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNR1
July 20, 2006
An employee washes the floor next to foundry crucibles at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230...
Pohang, South Korea
An employee washes the floor next to foundry crucibles at a POSCO factory in Pohang
An employee washes the floor next to foundry crucibles at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. POSCO is South Korea 's largest steel maker. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNR0
July 20, 2006
An employee walks past a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south...
Pohang, South Korea
An employee walks past a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang
An employee walks past a hot strip mill at a POSCO factory in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. POSCO is South Korea 's largest steel maker. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNQS
July 20, 2006
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel...
Pohang, South Korea
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO in Pohang
Workers walk past hot rolled steel coils at a production line at POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNQC
July 20, 2006
Riot policemen stand guard in front of the headquarters of POSCO which is occupied by striking union...
Pohang, South Korea
Riot policemen stand guard in front of the headquarters of POSCO which is occupied by striking union...
Riot policemen stand guard in front of the headquarters of POSCO which is occupied by striking union workers from several small builders subcontracted to POSCO in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers who had been constructing new production facilities for POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, accused the company of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FNQB
July 20, 2006
A family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen while...
Pohang, South Korea
Family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen in...
A family member of union workers who occupy the headquarters of POSCO, is blocked by riot policemen while she demands to supply food to the workers in front of the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 20, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers who had been constructing new production facilities for POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, accused the company of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges, local media reported. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FMRP
July 19, 2006
Protesters stand on the roof of the headquarters of POSCO as they occupy the building in Pohang, about...
Pohang, South Korea
Protesters stand on the roof of the headquarters of POSCO in Pohang
Protesters stand on the roof of the headquarters of POSCO as they occupy the building in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 19, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers accused POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FMRI
July 19, 2006
A protester throws a tyre at policemen as he marches towards the headquarters of POSCO at a rally supporting...
Pohang, South Korea
A protester throws a tyre at policemen as he marches toward the headquarters of POSCO in Pohang
A protester throws a tyre at policemen as he marches towards the headquarters of POSCO at a rally supporting union workers who are occupying the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 19, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers accused POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FMRB
July 19, 2006
Protesters with iron pipes confront policemen as they march toward the POSCO headquarters in support...
Pohang, South Korea
Protesters with iron pipes confront with policemen as they march toward the headquarters of POSCO at...
Protesters with iron pipes confront policemen as they march toward the POSCO headquarters in support of union workers occupying the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 19, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers accused POSCO, South Korea 's largest steel maker, of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
KOREA
RTR1FMR8
July 19, 2006
Protesters run away from the water canon aimed by the police as they march toward the headquarters of...
Pohang, South Korea
Protesters run away from water canon aimed by police as they march toward the headquarters of POSCO at...
Protesters run away from the water canon aimed by the police as they march toward the headquarters of POSCO at a rally supporting union workers who are occupying the headquarters in Pohang, about 370 km (230 miles) south of Seoul, July 19, 2006. More than 1,000 striking workers accused POSCO, South Korea's largest steel maker, of providing substitute workers to weaken their bargaining position, and have occupied its headquarters, while POSCO has denied the charges. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (SOUTH KOREA)
INDIA POSCO VILLAGE
RTR1F3YQ
July 02, 2006
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village, about 140 km (85 miles) east from the eastern...
DHINKIA, India
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village
Hara Sutara poses during an interview in Dhinkia village, about 140 km (85 miles) east from the eastern Indian city of Bhubaneswar June 30, 2006. About 200 villagers of Dhinkia in Orissa state have been shunned for welcoming India's largest foreign direct investment, a proposed $12 billion steel plant by South Korean steel giant POSCO. Picture taken June 30, 2006. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
INDIA
RTXORUZ
June 23, 2006
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- Protesters demonstrate against South Korean firm POSCO's proposed $12 billion steel...
Bhubaneswar, India
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- Protesters demonstrate against South Korean firm POSCO's proposed $12 billion .....
-PHOTO TAKEN 22JUN06- Protesters demonstrate against South Korean firm POSCO's proposed $12 billion steel plant, in Bhubaneswar, capital of the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 22, 2006. Protesters said the project would displace 20,000 villagers from their homes and farms but the government said the plant, which is set to be India's largest foreign direct investment, would hurt only 500 families and create thousands of jobs. Picture taken June 22, 2006.
MINERALS INDIA POSCO
RTR1ERWW
June 23, 2006
Protesters demonstrate against South Korean firm POSCO's proposed $12 billion steel plant, in Bhubaneswar,...
Bhubaneswar, India
Protesters demonstrate against POSCO's proposed steel plant in Bhubaneswar
Protesters demonstrate against South Korean firm POSCO's proposed $12 billion steel plant, in Bhubaneswar, capital of the eastern Indian state of Orissa, June 22, 2006. Protesters said the project would displace 20,000 villagers from their homes and farms but the government said the plant, which is set to be India's largest foreign direct investment, would hurt only 500 families and create thousands of jobs. Picture taken June 22, 2006. REUTERS/Sanjib Mukherjee (INDIA)
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