Hyundai Mtr resumes wage talks after union rejection


SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's largest automaker, Hyundai Motor Co , said on Tuesday it had re-entered wage talks with its union one day after workers rejected a wage hike plan proposed by the management. "Talks began early this morning and an interim result may come out later today," a company spokesman told Reuters. "But the management is not expected to budge from its previous positions." Hyundai Motor shares finished down 1.5 percent at 36,000 won, in line with the broader ...

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