Hyundai union votes in favour of legal strike

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SEOUL, Sept 1 (Reuters) - The union at Hyundai Motor Co , South Korea's top auto maker, said on Saturday 63 percent of its members voted in favour of a strike as wage talks with management so far have failed to produce a breakthrough. However, the union plans to hold another round of negotiations with the management on Monday and only after the talks will decide whether to down tools, a union spokesman said. "The union is able to hold a legal strike from Tuesday, but decided to put it on ...

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