Unionized workers at GM Daewoo Automotive and Technology Co. Ltd. and Daewoo Incheon Motor Co., both of South Korea, are voting on a tentative contract calling for a 14.8% pay raise. Results of the vote by the 8,300-strong union reportedly will be announced Sept. 4. If approved, the increase would add 145,022 won ($123.17) to each worker’s basic monthly wage. Just last month Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. workers in South Korea agreed to an 8.6% pay increase. (See related story: Hyundai ...
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