GM Korea announces a 7.3% sales increase in June the same day its local branch of the Korea Metal Workers Union votes to authorize a strike over wages and workplace rules changes. The union website shows slightly more than 70% of roughly 14,000 workers voted to strike Wednesday because of lack of progress in negotiations that began April 23. In addition to higher wages and revamped work rules, the KMWU is demanding a voice in allocation of production at GM Korea facilities. There have been ...

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