Inventories of popular Hyundai models low due to ongoing strikes.
Hyundai offers to make 3,000 employees of suppliers who work in its Korean plants to full-time regular workers for the auto maker. A spokesman tells WardsAuto the offer has been made in the latest round of collective bargaining and wage talks between the Hyundai and the Hyundai Workers Unit of the Korea Metal Workers Union. However, union representatives have ordered partial strikes at all plants Tuesday (four hours) and Wednesday (eight hours) to maintain pressure on the auto maker. ...
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