SEOUL, Dec 1 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor , South Korea's top automaker, said on Wednesday it is seriously considering shutting down its plant in its biggest local production base due to a prolonged strike by temporary workers. Since Nov.15, Hyundai's subcontracted employees have occupied the factory that produces subcompact cars such as the Verna and the new Accent, demanding the automaker convert their positions into permanent ones. The dispute, which highlights how organised labour has ...
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