Kia Motors Corp. reaches a tentative deal with its labor union that raises wages 5.2% and halts a strike by workers that has cost the auto maker millions of dollars in lost production. The new contract also would provide a one-time incentive payment of 1 million won ($1,094) and a bonus equal to 150% of monthly pay, Reuters reports. The deal still faces approval from workers, which staged partial strikes over nine days until last week. The union reportedly wanted better working ...
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