GM Daewoo union rejects deal for 11 pct wage hike


SEOUL, July 27 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's GM Daewoo Automotive Technology Co., who have been involved in full or partial strike action for six days, rejected on Tuesday a preliminary deal offering an 11 percent wage increase. Out of nearly 8,000 union members, about 55 percent voted against a preliminary wage deal that union leaders agreed with the management on July 22, a union spokesman said. "We will convene a meeting to discuss whether to renegotiate with ...

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