Striking South Korean workers are expected to vote next week on a wage increase plan offered by Kia Motors Corp. The plan, which offers workers an 85,000 won ($73.15) raise in monthly salary and a performance bonus equaling 150% of salary plus 800,000 won ($688.45), is less than what workers originally were asking for and represents a lower salary hike than Kia offered in a plan workers rejected earlier this week (see related story: Kia Workers Reject Wage Increase). A union official ...

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