An ongoing strike and occupation of an assembly line in Plant No.1 at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s Ulsan, South Korea, manufacturing complex has forced the factory to shut down and so far has cost the auto maker production of 7,730 units valued at $80.3 million (90.3 billion won). The strike, now in its eighth day, has been volatile from the outset, with some 20 Hyundai employees injured on the first day of the labor action as they attempted to drive the demonstrators out of the plant. Police ...

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