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