DETROIT, Nov 30 (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union called for protests at about 75 U.S. Hyundai Motor Co dealerships on Wednesday in support of a South Korean woman who filed a sexual harassment claim against one of the automaker's suppliers. Targeting Hyundai's U.S. dealers on Wednesday with "informational leafleting" does not mean the South Korean automaker will be singled out by the UAW in its planned organizing campaign, said UAW spokeswoman Michele Martin. UAW President Bob ...
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