SEOUL, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's second largest auto maker Kia Motors Corp voted in favour of a wage increase and performance bonus scheme on Thursday, ending three weeks of strikes, a union spokesman said. The deal, which was approved by a majority of the 23,500-strong union, was tentatively agreed with union leaders two days ago and includes an average increase in wages of 98,000 won ($83.18) per month and a 200 percent performance bonus. "About 95 percent of ...
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