A worker at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.’s Ulsan, South Korea, plant reportedly was injured June 24 on the plant’s Tucson line, prompting a shutdown of the line by the union. A plant spokesman tells Reuters the employee was injured “by mistake,” but Hyundai’s union has halted production of the cross/utility vehicle while the incident is investigated. Some 1,393 units of domestic production have been lost, he says, totaling 22.8 billion won ($23 million). Union and plant management are said to ...

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