(Releads, adds GM Daewoo's vote for strike, para 8-10) By Kim Kyoung-wha SEOUL, June 30 (Reuters) - The union for workers at South Korea's top car maker, Hyundai Motor Co , said it would extend a four-day strike if its demands for a wage hike and a big profit bonus were not agreed to in talks on Wednesday. The country traditionally faces a seasonal rise in union action every summer, but labour unrest this year poses a big headache for a government struggling to bolster sluggish local ...
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