Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. says it definitely will not negotiate with its labor union, which has voted to hold partial strikes to try to pressure the auto maker to increase the amount of workers’ year-end bonuses. The union plans to stop work at Hyundai’s three South Korean facilities on Jan. 15 and Jan. 17. “That’s eight hours in lost production at our plants in Ulsan, Asan and Jeonju on Monday and 12 hours lost on Wednesday,” the spokesman tells Ward’s. “I cannot understand why they are ...

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