(Adds DaimlerChrysler comment, shares, analyst) By Samuel Len SEOUL, May 23 (Reuters) - Labour demands are delaying the launch of a Hyundai Motor Co joint venture with DaimlerChrysler AG to make trucks in South Korea, Hyundai said on Friday. South Korea's top auto maker has said it plans to launch the 400 million-euro ($467.7 million) joint venture in the first half of this year, and although analysts said a minor delay would not hurt either company, it could strain their ties. A ...
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