(Recasts with tentative agreement) SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's largest automaker, Hyundai Motor Co , reached a tentative agreement with its union on a revised plan to raise wages, one day after workers rejected a similar plan, the union said on Tuesday. "We agreed to the company's revised plan to advance bonus payment," the Hyundai Motor union said on its website. "Union members will vote on the tentative agreement on Thursday," it said. Hyundai Motor shares finished ...
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