Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s 40,000 union workers in South Korea plan to stage partial strikes beginning June 25, with a full walkout June 29, to demand higher wages and bonus payments, a Reuters reports says. The union action is expected to spark similar actions at other domestic auto makers, including Kia Motors Corp., Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd, and GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. Hyundai workers are demanding a 10.48% raise and bonus equivalent to 30% of the company’s net profit. The ...

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