The Korea Metal Workers Union, alarmed by an exchange between General Motors CEO Dan Akerson and South Korean President Park Geun-hye, is preparing a response. Union officials and advisors will take up the matter throughout the weekend, following statements Akerson made Wednesday during a business roundtable luncheon in Washington attended by Park. Their feeling is that Park, in seeking to assuage Akerson’s concerns about Korean worker wages allegedly being too high, spoke in ...

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