SEOUL, June 29 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at Hyundai Motor Co and other South Korean car makers said on Sunday they would stop work for two hours this week after more anti-government protests at the weekend injured 100 riot police. A beef import deal struck between the United States and Seoul has sparked mass street rallies, piling pressure on new President Lee Myung-bak and delaying his plans for business-friendly reforms. The Korean Metal Workers' Union, representing 230 companies, ...
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