A labor dispute is preventing Hyundai from building the highly promoted, all-new Veloster sporty coupe/hatchback and new Accent small car at its Ulsan, South Korea, plant, leaving more than 125,000 orders unfilled. A Hyundai spokesman confirms output is at a standstill but declines to provide details. Sources say the auto maker’s union is balking at a management plan to transfer workers from the No.1 plant that makes the small cars to other production facilities within the complex. The ...
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