The union representing workers at Kia Motors Corp. accepts a tentative proposal providing workers a 6.18% increase in basic salary, ending a 7-day strike. Additionally, the workers are eligible to receive four months’ pay as a special performance bonus. Other details have not been revealed. A Kia spokesman says management does not plan to make a statement about the settlement, which workers will vote on Friday, July 9. The tentative agreement is identical to the package approved by ...

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