GM’s Labor Roadblock, Amazon’s Push for Stronger Delivery, and 3 More Hot Stocks

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General Motors (NYSE:GM): GM will be rolling back its operations in South Korea amid rising labor costs and “militant unionism,” according to a report by Reuters. South Korean operations account for about one-fifth of the company’s annual global production, but the high cost of labor is has only been made more unpalatable by the relative strength of the Korean won. Labor cost per vehicle in South Korea is estimated to be around 40 percent higher than the average for GM across its global operations this year.

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