Union workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., South Korea's largest auto maker, vote to hold partial strikes this week to pressure management into meeting their wage demands. The workers will strike for two hours on Aug. 25, to be followed by a 4-hour strike on Aug. 26. Some 70% of Hyundai's 42,521 unionized workers voted for the work stoppage. Workers at sister company, Kia Motors Corp., will hold a strike vote at the end of the week. Hyundai’s labor union is demanding an 8.5% ...
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