SEOUL — The on-again, off-again strike of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. autoworkers comes to an end May 1 after a week marked by protests and arrests. Unionized workers have returned to their jobs, and talks with management concerning wages reportedly have begun. Daewoo has faced months of disputes with its workers, mainly concerning the upcoming sale of the near-bankrupt automaker, most probably to a foreign company. The strike centered on Daewoo's plant at Pupyong, 30 km (18 miles) outside of ...

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