Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly is considering building a $700 million assembly plant in Slovakia. The Eastern European nation already has attracted total direct investment above $2 billion this year as it prepares to join the European Union next May. Other foreign investors, including PSA Peugeot Citroen and Volkswagen AG, are being drawn by low-cost labor. Meanwhile, Hyundai workers in South Korea reportedly plan to continue protests aimed at winning higher wages, a 5-day work week ...

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