Hyundai's South Korean Union Employees Authorize Strike

SEOUL, July 14 (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor's unionised workers in South Korea voted to go on strike for a sixth year in a row over stalled wage talks, adding to the automaker's troubles as it struggles to reverse a decline in profits. Union spokesman Jang Chang-yeol said on Friday that 74 percent of voters approved the strike action, adding that union negotiators would meet next week to decide on plans for walkouts. "We will continue to have sincere discussions with the labour ...

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