Workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. plants in South Korea have ratified 2010 wage and collective bargaining agreements, Ward’s learns. Both unions signed tentative agreements last week. It was the second straight year for both auto makers in which contracts have been bargained and ratified strike-free. However, things have not gone as smoothly for Kia Motors Corp. A spokesman says the union has been increasing bargaining pressure on management by ...

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