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GM Korea has reached a tentative labor agreement with its workers union, a spokesman tells WardsAuto. The terms will be presented to workers for ratification Thursday night and Friday morning, following the mandatory Korea Independence Day holiday on Wednesday. Results of the ratification vote are expected to be announced later on Friday. The tentative accord was reached Tuesday during the 25th session of talks, which began May 17. “The tentative agreement includes a basic ...
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