(Adds prices, analyst comments) By Song Jung-a SEOUL, July 31 (Reuters) - South Korean stocks ended little changed on Thursday but Hyundai Motor Co rose on hopes of an early settlement of labour disputes. Hyundai shares rose two percent to 35,200 won ($29.87) after the government said it might step in to end month-long partial strikes by unionised workers at the country's top auto maker. "If the government decides to mediate between the union and the company, it is good news for ...
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