By Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor's South Korean workers have voted to strike for a third consecutive year after annual wage talks broke down, a union spokesman said on Friday. The looming industrial action, which could start as early as Aug. 22 unless a deal is reached, comes as Hyundai struggles with a stronger local currency, which hurt its earnings. Hyundai, the world's fifth-biggest automaker along with its affiliate Kia Motors, has been hit by strikes in ...
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