Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. workers have voted to accept the tentative agreement reached between their union representatives and management. “It’s over,” a Hyundai spokesman confirms to Ward's. “The workers can now go back to their jobs. I’m very happy for our company because we have a lot of cars to build.” Through July 26, Hyundai had lost 93,882 units of production, which it calculates to be worth 1.31 trillion won ($1.37 billion). The partial work stoppages occurred on 21 workdays from ...
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