ANN ARBOR, MI – Hyundai Motor America President John Krafcik says it will be difficult for the fast-growing auto maker to maintain momentum in the U.S. this year if brewing labor issues in its home country upset production. “We hope it gets resolved,” Krafcik tells journalists at an event here for the new-for-’13 Hyundai Veloster Turbo. Earlier this week, Hyundai’s South Korean unions voted to stage strikes to compel the auto maker to reduce working hours ...

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