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[labor news] Another round of parliamentary inspection debates over government income-led growth policy
▲ Hong Jang-pyo, former chief economic adviser to President Moon Jae-in is grilled by members of the Environment and Labor Committee of the National Assembly in the parliamentary audit and inspection of the Ministry of Employment and Labor held in the Government Complex-Sejong on October 11. [Jeong Ki-hoon/The Labor Today]

Again, in the parliamentary audit and inspection of the second-year Moon Jae-in administration, rival parties butted heads on the issues of the minimum wage hike and the income-led growth policy. This year, it looked like a parliamentary audit and inspection of 'Hong Jang-pyo' rather than of the Ministry of Employment and Labor held in the Government Complex-Sejong on October 11. Hong Jang-pyo who currently chairs the special committee on income-led growth, part of the Presidential Commission on Policy Planning, is known as an actual designer of the Moon Jae-in administration's income-led growth policy attended the parliamentary audit and inspection of the Ministry of Employment and Labor as a reference witness and grilled by lawmakers of the conservative opposition parties who claimed the income-led growth policy as an 'unverified policy' linking with the recent rising job loss rate.

reported by Bae Hye-jung
translated by Kim Sung-jin

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