(Adds more details, shares) By Cheon Jong-woo SEOUL, July 26 (Reuters) - South Korea's top auto maker, Hyundai Motor Co. , said its labour union tentatively agreed with management on Wednesday over a wage package, including an average 5.1 percent rise in base salaries. Members of Hyundai's 43,890-strong union plan to return to work from Thursday, although the agreement is still subject to a vote by the union members due the following day, officials from the management and union said by ...
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