By Cheon Jong-woo and Marie-France Han SEOUL, June 28 (Reuters) - Union workers at GM Daewoo, South Korea's third-largest auto maker, voted on Wednesday in favour of labour action to press for higher basic pay, as the country's annual pay negotiations heralded more worker unrest. Union workers at rival Hyundai Motor Co. have been staging periodic strikes this week and the country's two largest union umbrella groups, as well as workers at No.2 tyre maker Kumho Tire Co. Ltd. , plan some ...
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