Workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and Kia Motors Corp. walk off the job for two hours during Wednesday’s day and evening shifts, causing both auto makers to lose production. Hyundai will file a civil lawsuit against its labor union seeking reparations for 2,000 units of lost production, valued at $30 million, Ward’s learns. Kia sources say their three plants lost output of 900 vehicles, amounting to about $12 million in damages. They say the auto maker has not announced any plan to take ...

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