SEOUL, Jan 28 (Reuters) - Workers at South Korea's second-largest auto maker, Kia Motors Corp , staged a partial strike on Wednesday, demanding the management reinstate a sacked union leader, a company spokesman said. Workers belonging to the 23,500-strong union went on an eight-hour strike on Wednesday and will continue the half-day stoppages every day until their demand is met, a union official told Reuters. The strike came after the company fired a union leader who had ordered ...
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