SEOUL, May 24 (Reuters) - South Korea's Hyundai Motor has stopped production of diesel engine at its Ulsan plant due to a protracted strike from component supplier Yoosung Enterprise , Yonhap news reported on Tuesday. Yoosung, which supplies 70 percent of piston rings used in engines of Hyundai and its affiliate Kia Motors , stopped production from May 18 after labour members occupied production lines over disagreements on new wage and shift systems. [ID:nL3E7GM00C] Hyundai was not ...
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