The Korean Ministry of Labour has appointed Fleishman-Hillard (F-H) to "develop a strategic communications campaign to address pressing labour-related issues within the domestic market," reports Media magazine. David Blecken reports that F-H will run a one-year campaign which will "aim to maintain social harmony by building a greater level of understanding between the government, business community, unions, employees and other related interest groups." The South Korean Embassy in Washington D.C. has also hired the lobbying firm Parven Pomper Strategies (PPS) to promote the Korea - U.S. Free Trade Agreement, which has not yet been ratified by the U.S. Congress. The six-month-long contract is reported to be worth $120,000. Other PPS clients include Chevron, Monsanto, Pfizer and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.
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