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Hopes are rising that LG Semicon workers in Korea, who have been on strike since the 24th of January, will shortly return to work. The trade unions walked out as a result of uncertainty over their future following a decision to merge LG Semicon with Hyundai Electronics. Asian reports said today that a resumption of work may happen as soon as the 6th of February. LG Semicon has decided to award its workers a "special bonus" in the hope that will bring them back to make DRAMs. ® Related Stories LG Semicon strikes threatened Hyundai workers down tools in sympathy with LG

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