GM's S.Korea workers to stage partial strike July 4 over wages


SEOUL, June 27 (Reuters) - Workers at General Motors Co's factories in South Korea, a key manufacturing base for the U.S. automaker, will stage a partial walkout on July 4 because of disputes over wages and production plans, a union spokesman said on Thursday. The partial walkout comes during annual wage talks that began in April. GM Chief Executive Dan Akerson and other executives have raised concerns about a further increase in labour costs partly because of ongoing wage ...


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