GM Korea enters talks for a new contract with its workers later this month in a contentious atmosphere, partially caused by GM Chairman Dan Akerson’s comments that he would consider moving production out of South Korea if tensions on the Korean peninsula should worsen. A source at the GM Korea branch of the Korea Metalworkers Union tells WardsAuto he considers the comments a veiled threat to intimidate workers during the negotiations by tacitly suggesting the auto maker may have a ...

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