SEOUL, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's second-largest auto maker, have returned to work, ahead of talks on wages with management later on Monday. The 23,500-strong union had temporarily ended some 20 days of full and partial strikes, which has cost Kia about 530 billion won ($450.9 million) in lost output, a Kia union leader said. "We've decided to halt strike because we want management to show us a sincere attitude in negotiations," Lee Wang-hwi, ...
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