Talks Between Hyundai, Korean Union Could Be Contentious


* Workers seek 8.2 pct rise in the monthly basic wage * Union boss seen as moderate despite "war" threat * Labour talks come as profit, U.S. market share slide By Hyunjoo Jin SEOUL, May 15 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co's South Korean labour union has demanded higher pay and bonuses and more cuts to working hours, as the automaker heads into annual wage talks in June under the threat of industrial action. Any strike action in South Korea - which makes nearly 40 percent of Hyundai ...


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