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Hyundai Motor Disrupted by First Full-Scale Strikes in 12 Years

  • About 50,000 union workers halt work at three Korean plants
  • Labor strife has caused lost production of about 100,000 cars

Hyundai Motor Co. workers went on full-scale strikes on Monday for the first time in more than a decade, bringing operations at three South Korean plants to a standstill at the same time.

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