Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and affiliate Kia Motors Corp. in South Korea are bracing for a possible strike by labor unions in support of a nationwide protest against the resumed importation of U.S. beef under the pending U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA). A strike vote is to take place beginning Thursday at Hyundai and Kia. “I don’t understand why an industrial labor union wants to strike over this matter that is unrelated to our company,” a Hyundai insider tells Ward’s. On Tuesday, ...

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