Although employees have returned to work, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. management is counting down the hours until its 43,890-member labor union votes on a tentative labor pact reached July 22. The Hyundai ratification vote is to take place on July 28. Workers at rival GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. (GMDAT) rejected their tentative agreement, which was reached July 21. The two tentative agreements are interdependent, Korean analysts say, because the labor unions at both auto makers now ...
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