(Wraps trucker strike and Kia agreement) By Jean Yoon SEOUL, Aug 26 (Reuters) - South Korea moved on Tuesday to crack down on a strike by thousands of truck drivers which authorities believe is illegal and has disrupted freight flows and cost the country $338 million in delayed shipments. At the same time, Kia Motors Corp , the country's second-largest auto maker, reached a tentative deal with union leaders, paving the way for an end to three weeks of strikes, but at a price -- an ...
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