(Recasts, adds emergency meeting, Hyundai strike details) By Yoo Choonsik SEOUL, June 25 (Reuters) - South Korea's government held an emergency meeting on Wednesday as a campaign of strikes to block reforms and raise pay widened to the transport and car making sectors, threatening to stall economic growth. Unionised workers from the country's top automaker, Hyundai Motor , started a 10-hour strike over two days in support of a higher pay claim and may stage a longer strike later this ...
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