SEOUL, Sept 30 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's second-biggest auto maker, voted to accept a fresh wage deal that calls for a 5.6 percent rise in base salary and other incentives, its union said on Tuesday. Kia, an affiliate of the country's top carmaker Hyundai Motor Co , and its union agreed on Friday to a wage plan that replaced a previous deal vetoed early in September. The union said in a statement 76.8 percent of the members who participated in a ...
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