South Korea's automobile industry is mired in labor disputes as unions at the country’s largest auto maker, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., and truck maker Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. decide to strike. Some 40,000 unionized workers at Hyundai, alone, will down tools in late June or early July. Last week, the union filed with the National Labor Relations Commission for mediation as a last-ditch effort before their walkout. Work stoppage at Pyeongtaek Port is disrupting car exports by Hyundai, ...
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