All four unionized auto makers in South Korea face three days of demonstration strikes this week being called by the militant Korea Metal Workers Union (KMWU). Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. workers are planning to walk off the job on partial strikes July 16 through 18, a Hyundai spokesman tells Ward’s. “They are talking about shutting down production for three hours on the day and night shifts on Wednesday through Friday,” he says. “We think they will go ahead and hold the strikes as part of ...

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