SEOUL, June 24 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's largest auto maker, Hyundai Motor Co , voted on Tuesday for a plan to strike over wage negotiations, a union official said. The union said earlier in the day nearly 40,000 unionised workers would put down their tools from later this month or early in July once the plan was approved. No date has yet been set. Analysts have said South Korean employers face a particularly tough bargaining season with unions this year because the ...
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