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Hyundai Motor workers vote for pay deal

Workers at South Korea's Hyundai Motor have voted in favour of a wage deal ending weeks of damaging strike action.

The deal includes a 5% pay rise and bonus payments.

The walkouts, which started in August, resulted in 1 trillion won ($933m; £586m) of lost production for Hyundai.

The BBC's Lucy Williamson in Seoul gave more details about the deal to Rico Hizon.

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