More than 1,000 union members demonstrated yesterday outside Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s Seoul headquarters, demanding an increase in year-end bonuses and threatening to go on strike. Unionists from Hyundai’s Ulsan, Jeonju and Ansan, South Korea, plants converged in front of the auto maker’s twin tower offices, wearing scarlet headbands with the words “Unity and struggle” printed on them. They chanted, “Pay us bonuses” and carried signs reading “The Hyundai Motor Union’s request for bonuses ...

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