SEOUL, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor said on Thursday that it planned to invest 300 billion won ($260 million) to implement a new production shift scheme from 2013 under which it will eliminate overnight work at domestic factories. South Korea's top automaker will introduce a two-shift scheme running from early morning to around midnight, from the current system of day and overnight shifts. "We plan to implement the new shift system in 2013. Management is currently in talks with the ...
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