(Recasts with strike schedule) By Rhee So-eui and Kim Miyoung SEOUL, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's top carmaker Hyundai Motor Co. will hold brief strikes this week, although analysts said inventory levels should provide a buffer for exports that make up 70 percent of the firm's sales. Poor labour relations are a main hurdle threatening Hyundai's goal of becoming a global top five carmaker by 2010. The firm traditionally faces tough annual wage negotiations ...
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