South Korea’s Suwon District Court has asked Samil PricewaterhouseCooper to make another evaluation of Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.’s viability now that the auto maker’s only assembly plant has been closed for 46 days due to striking workers, Ssangyong Receiver Manager Lee Yoo-il says. Lee’s disclosure comes following the demonstration in Seoul of 7,000 Ssangyong employees, as well as workers from suppliers to the auto maker. The demonstrators pleaded with the national government to rescue the ...

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