SEOUL, Aug 21 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's Daewoo Motor and GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology Co voted on Thursday to launch a strike over wages and other benefits. "Over 78 percent of 7,957 union members at Daewoo and GM Daewoo voted for strike," said a spokesman at GM Daewoo. Unlisted GM Daewoo is South Korea's third-largest auto maker and was created after General Motors Corp , the world's top auto maker, and partners took a majority stake in some of the assets ...
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