SEOUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Labour union leaders at Kia Motors Corp , South Korea's second-largest auto maker, have reached a tentative agreement on a wage increase and other benefits, opening the way for an end to three weeks of strikes, a Kia spokesman said on Tuesday. Workers belonging to the 23,500-strong union are currently voting on whether to approve the deal, spokesman Kang Hyun-keun said. Details on the agreement were not disclosed. ($1=1175.5 Won)
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