SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's largest auto maker, Hyundai Motor Co , plan to strike for a combined total of 10 hours on Wednesday and Thursday after wage talks broke down this month, the union said. The 39,000-strong union is staging the partial strike after the country's second-largest labour umbrella group called for action to push for larger wage increases and the greater participation of labour in management. "A total of 60.54 percent of unionised ...
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