By Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co., South Korea's biggest carmaker, is expected to post only a slim 4 percent gain in third-quarter earnings after a labour strike hit production, denting both exports and sales in a recovering domestic market. A post-strike order backlog, a weakening won currency and profits from affiliates bode well, but an uncertain U.S. economy clouds the outlook, analysts said. Problems at U.S. manufacturers General Motors and Ford Motor Co. ...
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