SEOUL, July 28 (Reuters) - Striking workers at South Korean sport utility vehicle maker Ssangyong Motor Co. returned to work on Wednesday after union and management reached agreements on wages and benefits, a company spokesman said. Ssangyong Motor's 5,600-member union had been staging half-day strikes since July 12 to push for higher wages and job security. Management and union representatives agreed in the morning on a 6.8 percent wage increase as well as other incentives and bonuses, ...
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