Hyundai suspends vehicle exports due to strike

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July 20, 2006 05:01

Hyundai Motor Co., South Korea's largest automaker, said Thursday that a partial strike by its labor union has forced it to suspend vehicle exports. "Exports have stopped," said Oles Gadacz, a Hyundai spokesman. He added that the company has about three month's worth of vehicle inventory already shipped overseas so there has been no supply disruption to dealers. "There's no cause for concern at this point," he said.


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