Unionized workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and Kia Motors Corp. will join a general strike for two hours Wednesday in a push for higher wages and working conditions. The strike, called by the auto workers’ umbrella union organization, the Korean Metal Workers Union, also is being organized to protest government plans for importing U.S. beef. The strike schedule is unclear for now, and the work stoppages could occur concurrently, the KMWU says. A Hyundai spokesman notes management held ...
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