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 |  Jun 14 2011, 3:30 PM

After an employee committed suicide at a Hyundai plant in Korea, the company reports that it has resumed production.

The employee of Hyundai’s South Korea factory accused the company of “suppressing the labor movement,” forcing the company to shut down on Thursday and meet with labor officials. An agreement was made with the union, and the plant will resume building the Sonata and Korean-market Grandeur (what we once got as the Azera).

“We have resumed production from 6:15 AM today and will do Saturday and Sunday works as previously planned,” said a union official.

[Source: Reuters]