Hyundai President Yoon Gap-han warns many of the automaker’s suppliers would “collapse” if it accepted the Korea Metal Workers Union’s demand that it include bonus payments in calculating employees’ base wages. In a statement issued Monday ahead of the start of two days of emergency negotiations with the KMWU’s Hyundai branch, Yoon says Hyundai’s affiliated suppliers would be pressured to follow suit if the automaker agreed to the wage-recalculation ...

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