Unionized workers of Kia Motors Corp. have reached a tentative agreement with the auto maker for a wage hike and other benefits. A Kia spokesman tells Reuters details of the pact will be announced soon. Kia workers had been demanding an 11.1% wage increase and a shortened workweek of five days from six. (See related story: Kia Workers End Strike Temporarily) Workers of the 23,500-member union will vote on whether or not to accept the deal later this week.

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