SEOUL, June 30 (Reuters) - A four-day strike by unionised workers at South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co appeared to be at a critical juncture on Wednesday as the country's largest and most powerful union was set to resume wage negotiations. Hyundai Motor has been at the forefront of recent labour strife, which has been led by the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, a labour group with 600,000 members. The country traditionally faces a seasonal rise in union action every summer, but labour ...
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