GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. workers walk off the job at the auto maker’s plants in Bupyeong, Gunsan and Changwon, a company spokesman tells Ward’s. “The labor union held a partial strike (Aug. 12) for three hours on each shift at all plants, which we calculate will result in lost production of 12,200 units,” the spokesman says. “They also are refusing all overtime work for the rest of the week.” Workers also walked off the job Monday for four hours on the day shift and four hours ...
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