Kia workers on Friday ratified the tentative collective-bargaining agreement reached earlier this week, with 59% of those who voted approving the new pact. “The ratification vote was counted at the close of business on Friday (Korea time), and we are very happy that it ends the partial strikes we have been experiencing,” a Kia spokesman tells WardsAuto. “The effects of the partial strikes had a negative effect on our sales, although some of the markets we serve ...

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