Both Hyundai and Kia are spending a restless weekend as working-level teams continue meeting with union officialsahead of new, formal contract negotiations next week. Hyundai management will meet Aug. 27 with negotiators from the Hyundai Branch of the Korea Metal Workers Union. This follows partial strikes of four hours on each of two shifts on Aug. 23 (yesterday in Korea) and Aug. 26. The union also has asked its members to boycott work scheduled for this weekend. A Hyundai ...

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