SEOUL — Union leaders of South Korea's striking autoworkers agree to end a weeklong walkout against the country's four automakers in hopes of derailing the possible sale of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. to a foreign firm. The strike, which reportedly cost the country's auto industry an estimated US$44 million per day, affected Daewoo's main Pupyong facility in Inchon — now running at only 50% capacity, plus plants owned by Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., Kia Motors Corp. and Daewoo-owned Ssangyong Motor ...

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