Violence at Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.’s Pyeongtaek, South Korea, plant has come to a halt as the head of the local union representing strikers and company-related officials are meeting face to face to try to settle the dispute that has left the plant under siege for 71 days. The new parley was requested by the union late Wednesday night after Ssangyong creditors threatened early liquidation of the auto maker’s assets. Seoul Central Court also warned the company might be declared bankrupt, ...

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