Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. and South Korean union leaders reach a tentative agreement on a new wage package that will face a vote June 27. Workers turned down a preliminary proposal by Hyundai on June 24, paving the way for a possible strike. Workers vowed to walk off the job last week if their demands for a wage increase were not met (see related story: Hyundai Workers May Stage Full Strike). Workers have been requesting a wage hike since talks began last October between union officials and ...

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