Hyundai estimates overall production loss of 50,191 units since partial strikes began.
Hyundai management and the Hyundai Branch of the Korea Metal Workers Union reach a tentative labor agreement after months of contentious bargaining and partial strikes over wages and fringe benefits. “We can confirm that a tentative deal has been reached and that it will be voted on by the union rank and file on Monday (Sept. 9),” Hyundai spokesman Frank Ahrens tells WardsAuto. Sister-brand Kia has not reached an agreement with its union, but negotiations are continuing, a ...
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