Police break up rally by Hyundai auto workers days before August 2013 strike.
Korea’s five automakers all face serious competition at home and abroad and consumer apathy in some of their traditional export markets. But their gravest problems in the months ahead must be resolved in contract negotiations with their respective branches of the Korea Metal Workers Union. Wage and collective-bargaining-agreement discussions formally launch this month. In some cases pre-negotiation discussions already are being held in efforts to work out new ground rules. The ...
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