GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. workers ratify a labor agreement by a solid majority, and a new contract will be signed at the auto maker's Bupyeong headquarters later this week. The agreement was reached on Aug. 23 after 23 rounds of negotiations, GMDAT says. The deal was supported by 61% of union members who voted and includes a 61,000 won ($63.29) basic monthly wage increase, a lump-sum payment of 3 million won ($3,113) and a series of improved working conditions, the auto maker ...
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