Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. plants in Russia, Malaysia, Egypt and Pakistan are forced to suspend operations due to parts shortages caused by striking workers in South Korea. The auto maker’s China plant also may have to halt production unless parts are delivered by Aug. 7. In an effort to win an 11% wage hike, a 5-day workweek, participation in Hyundai’s overseas investment plans and other conditions, union workers have been refusing to work overtime since June 20 and holding sporadic ...

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