Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. unionists recently demonstrated outside the Chinese embassy in downtown Seoul's trendy Myongdong district, demanding majority shareholder Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. scrap plans to build the popular Ssangyong Kyron cross/utility vehicle in China. They also want to stop SAIC from transferring parts sourcing from Korean suppliers to Chinese-based Auto Parts Sourcing International Service (APSIS), an SAIC affiliate. Full-scale, unlimited strikes at ...

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