(Updates with Hyundai strike plan approved, adds comments) By Samuel Len and Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, June 24 (Reuters) - South Korea's trade union movement, flush from winning a delay to a key bank merger, prepared to strike for higher wages at the country's top car maker on Tuesday as the nation braced for a wave of summer discontent. Members of the 39,000-strong union at Hyundai Motor Co voted for a strike to push for higher wages, a union official told Reuters as counting was still ...
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