SEOUL -- Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. union workers in South Korea stage a 2-day strike, demanding higher wages. The strike follows intermittent work stoppages of two hours per shift since Nov. 29 and union leaders say future strikes are possible if negotiations are disappointing.
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