Hyundai says union demands may alter DaimlerChrysler jv plan


SEOUL, May 29 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor said on Thursday tough labour demands may alter DaimlerChrysler AG's plan to set up a truck joint venture with the Korean carmaker. "If the labour union sticks to unreasonable demands, DaimlerChrysler may alter its plan to set up a venture," a Hyundai spokesman quoted Hyundai Motor's president, Kim Dong-jin, as telling reporters. South Korea's top automaker, 10-percent owned by DaimlerChrysler, planned to form a 400-million-euro ($469.9 million) ...

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