SEOUL, May 24 (Reuters) - South Korean police have entered a factory run by auto parts supplier Yoosung Enterprise to disperse striking workers who occupied production lines after failing to agree on new wage and shift systems, Yonhap reported on Tuesday. The week-long strike at Yoosung, which provides 70 percent of the piston rings used in vehicles made by Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors , crippled Hyundai's production of SUVs and diesel engines this week. (Reporting by Miyoung Kim; Editing ...
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