Calling it “an encouraging start,” a Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. spokesman confirms the auto maker has reached a tentative deal with its labor union to end partial strikes launched this week to protest the amount of workers’ year-end bonuses. “The union agreed to go back to work and worked a full night shift on Wednesday (Jan. 17), although they walked off the job for six hours at all plants on the day shift,” the spokesman says. “We have agreed to tentatively pay the 150% bonus they are ...

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