Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. management has begun negotiations with its temporary workers’ union at the auto maker’s Ulsan, South Korea, manufacturing operation, ending a 25-day occupation of Plant 1 that completely shut down production of the all-new Accent and Verna and Click small cars. The auto maker says the strike caused a production loss of 27,974 vehicles, equivalent to 315 billion won ($276 million) in revenue. The volatile labor action also resulted in employee injuries and ...

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