(Adds more details) SEOUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - The union at South Korea's second-biggest carmaker, Kia Motors Corp. , said on Friday its members would stop work for up to six hours a day next week to protest for higher pay and better work conditions. The move came after nearly 75 percent of its 27,100 members voted in favour of a strike and as the union at its affiliate and South Korea's largest carmaker, Hyundai Motor Co. , holds similar industrial action. Kia's union is demanding an ...
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