Unionized workers at GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. walked off the job for four hours on both the day and evening shifts Thursday and six hours on both Friday shifts. No progress has been made in labor negotiations between the auto maker and its union, and workers are poised to strike once again for six hours on each shift Aug. 25, a GMDAT spokesman tells Ward’s. “Negotiations are really lagging and lasting much longer than we anticipated,” he says. “The workers continue to press ...

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