GM Korea workers are back on the job this week following their weeklong summer shutdown, which began within hours after they ratified a new collective-bargaining agreement. The auto maker canceled all interviews during the contract talks and declines to discuss details of the settlement or of its product plans. But union sources say workers are happy with the results of the negotiations, and every plant is running flat-out. “We are operating 20 hours a day at all plants,” a ...
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