SEOUL, April 26 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co and its South Korean labour union agreed to restart weekend production after output stoppages during weekends in March and April over wages led to lost production worth nearly 1 trillion Korean won ($892.10 million). "We have agreed to resume weekend production from next week," a company spokesman said on Friday, without elaborating. The union again refused to work last weekend, the seventh consecutive weekend ...
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