SEOUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's second-biggest carmaker, Kia Motors Corp. , have voted to strike over their demands for higher pay and better working conditions, a union spokesman said on Friday. Nearly 75 percent of the members of the 27,100-strong Kia union voted in favour of the strike and would decide a timetable later on Friday, the spokesman said by telephone. The union at Kia affiliate, Hyundai Motor Co. , decided on Thursday to extend strike action ...
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