SEOUL, July 27 (Reuters) - Members of Kia Motors' labour union on Wednesday voted against a tentative wage deal reached with the management, a union official said. "The final tally will be out in around one hour, but the results so far show that the deal has definitely been turned down by union members," the official said. The agreement, reached on Friday, included a 5.17 percent rise in basic salaries, a performance bonus equivalent to three months' salary plus a 7 million Korean won ...
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