GM Korea’s labor union president calls for a partial strike of three hours per shift on July 4 to pressure management into accepting the union's demands. Bargainers for the auto maker issued a proposal for the first time during a 15th round of negotiations held June 26. A knowledgeable source tells WardsAuto there was nothing substantive in the proposal and that it merely acknowledged union demands and noted management would consider them and try to respond ...

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