Workers at GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. reject a tentative labor agreement reached by the company and the union last week. Some 55% of the auto maker’s 8,000 unionized employees have turned down the deal.The offer includes an 11% pay increase, which exceeds the 6.18% increase accepted by union workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and Kia Motors Corp., and a 2.5 million won ($2,100) performance bonus. (See related story: Kia Reaches Labor Settlement; GM Daewoo Workers to Strike) The ...

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