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South Korea's top two automakers hit by strike

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SEOUL - Workers at South Korea's two largest automakers went on a limited strike Friday to press their demands for wage reforms, their unions said. 

The Hyundai Motor union plans to launch a limited strike to press their demands for wage hikes, a union spokesman says

Unionists at Hyundai Motor Co. and its subsidiary Kia Motors Corp. downed tools for four hours.

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