SEOUL, Feb 22 (Reuters) - Kia Motors Corp., South Korea's second-biggest auto maker, said on Tuesday output at its main plant had been halted since Feb. 16 by a strike by unionised workers. Kia has filed a lawsuit against union leaders for what it said was an illegal and unilateral decision to hold a strike over safety standards at the plant, a Kia spokesman said. Kia's main plant with an annual capacity of 590,000 units rolls out popular sport utility vehicle Sorento and sub-compact ...
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