Hyundai workers resumed weekend shifts at three of five plants in Ulsan May 25, with all other plants expected to operate this coming weekend, a spokesman tells WardsAuto. Employees had refused to work 11 weekends in a row, beginning on March 9, due to a dispute over compensation. The weekend boycott caused Hyundai to lose production of some 83,000 vehicles, valued at 1.7 trillion won ($1.5 billion), the spokesman says. The three Ulsan facilities that operated last weekend include ...

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