SOUTH KOREA: Now it's Kia workers' turn to strike - report
Unionised workers at Kia Motors, an affiliate of Hyundai Motor where a seven-week strike has just been settled, said they would go on strike on Saturday to press for higher wages. According to Reuters, the 23,500-strong union said it would hold another one-day strike on August 16 if the company did not accept demands by August 14 for an 11.1% pay rise and their working week reduced to five days from six.
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