SEOUL, June 24 (Reuters) - Tens of thousands of unionised South Korean auto workers at Hyundai Motor Co began voting on Tuesday over possible strike action, while subway workers in three regional towns also staged a partial walk out. Analysts and business groups have criticised President Roh Moo-hyun's government for taking a soft line on labour, arguing it has emboldened unions to seek better pay and to block structural reforms potentially requiring layoffs. Nearly 40,000 unionised ...
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