SEOUL, July 29 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at Hyundai Motor Co. voted to accept an agreement with management on a wage package that includes an average 5.1 percent rise in base salaries, Hyundai Motor said on Saturday. South Korea's top auto maker and its union on Wednesday agreed to the salary increase and other benefits, including a 1 million won bonus to the workers, ending a month-long labour dispute. Unionised workers at the company had stopped working for several hours almost ...
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