SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's top car maker, Hyundai Motor Co , began two days of full strike on Tuesday to demand higher wages, fanning investor fears over another summer of labour unrest. South Korea traditionally faces a seasonal rise in union action every summer, but labour strife this year poses a big headache for a government struggling to boost sluggish domestic demand and business spending. "The strike started at 8 a.m. (2300 GMT on Monday) as ...
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