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Hyundai Battles Striking Workers As Global Ambitions Surge

When Hyundai started building factories outside of Korea in the late 1990s, the aim wasn't only to expand its global footprint -- it was also to make the automaker less dependent on its militant Korean workforce. Now it's in a pitched labor battle again at home, amid jarring changes in how the country treats its workers.
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