Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s unionized workers in South Korea reportedly are extending their ongoing strike with the auto maker as they seek higher wages and better working conditions. Union workers represented by the Korean Federation of Trade Unions will strike for two to six hours daily during the week of Aug. 29, except Wednesday, prolonging a rift that began Aug. 23, when 70% of Hyundai’s 42,500 workers voted in favor of multi-hour stoppages on Aug. 25 and 26. (See related story: Hyundai ...
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