SEOUL, June 30 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korean auto makers and shipbuilders voted on Friday to bring their companies' unions under one industry labour group to strengthen their bargaining power. The move comes during the contract negotiation season and brings together about 87,000 workers with the 40,000 members already in the Korean Metal Workers' Union, which has the authority to call an industry-wide strike. Analysts said the massive size and diverse interests of the ...
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