South Korean union workers at both the former Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., now called Daewoo Incheon Motor, and the new GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. have voted to strike. They join the ranks of 40,000 unionized workers at Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., who have announced they plan to extend a 4-day strike if their demands for wages and hefty profit bonuses are not met. (See related story: Hyundai Workers Reject Offer, Plan Strike) Of the employees from the Daewoo entities, 66.6% voted in ...
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