SEOUL, Aug 17 (Reuters) - Union workers at Kia Motors Corp. voted to accept a wage package that includes a 5.2 percent rise in basic salary and a higher bonus, the union and the company said on Friday, ending their summer wage wrangle. The union at the South Korea's No.2 auto maker said on its Web site that 58.15 percent of union members who voted on the wage deal had approved it. Union members had staged partial strikes for 10 days during July and August, demanding higher wages and ...
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