SOUTH KOREA: Strike costs Hyundai almost $US600 million in lost exports - report
Hyundai Motor said on Wednesday it has suffered almost $US600 million in lost exports due to partial strikes that began in late June, Reuters reported. Reuters noted that labour relations at Hyundai Motor, 10% owned by DaimlerChrysler, are monitored by investors as cars are one of South Korea's top exports and have propped up its economy.
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