SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at top South Korean auto maker Hyundai Motor Co. will continue their strike action for better basic pay until Monday, the union said on Thursday. Unionised workers, representing around 80 percent of Hyundai's local workforce, have just ended a four-day partial strike, stopping work for a total of 12 hours since Monday. They will strike for 8 hours on Friday and another 6 hours on Monday before holding further wage negotiations with management ...
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