Kia Motors Corp. unionized workers in South Korea have rejected a wage increase offer, reports say. The offer of a 92,000 won ($79.23) raise in monthly salary, a 12.5% increase over current wages, falls short of demands for a 128,000 won ($110.21) monthly salary hike. Kia also offered a 300% performance bonus and shorter work hours, which was greater than workers’ demands of a 150% bonus. Workers have been holding partial strikes since late last month, downing tools for brief periods of ...

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