SEOUL, June 27 (Reuters) - Production of Hyundai Motor Co.'s Tucson sport utility vehicle has been disrupted since Friday as the company and the union struggle to discuss a case of an injured staff member, Hyundai said on Monday. Unionised workers at South Korea's top automaker have stopped a production line for Tucson cars at Hyundai's Ulsan plant since late Friday, after an employee working at the assembly line was hurt by mistake, a spokesman at the plant said by telephone. The ...
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