Striking Kia Motors Corp. workers in South Korea are demanding an increase in monthly pay of 128,803 won ($107.78) because of recent record profits posted by the auto maker. Although unionized workers are only staging partial strikes (four hours at a time), they say they will expand strikes to eight hours if demands for a 12.5% pay increase aren’t met. Workers also are asking for a 300% rise in bonuses and shorter hours. So far, the strike has affected production of some 6,200 units ...

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