GM Korea spokesmen are prone to dance around questions about this year’s labor negotiations and whether the automaker will follow an apparent Supreme Court of Korea precedent and include various bonus payments in its regular wage calculations. But the parent company’s official filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission are perfectly clear on the matter. GM Korea’s accountants, as well as those at GM International Operations and parent GM in Detroit, already ...

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