Total production loss at Hyundai Korean plants, including Asan (above), is 28,084 units.
Despite hints from a source familiar with the situation that collective bargaining talks at Hyundai were warming up and the auto maker was planning to present a wage offer in meetings on Thursday and Friday, the talks ended with no apparent resolution. The Hyundai union now is ordering partial strikes on both Monday, Sept. 2, and Tuesday, Sept. 3. Additionally, workers have been told not to report for the weekend shifts, which would account for 17 hours of production losses. But as of ...
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