Police moved in on Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.’s beleaguered Pyongtaek, South Korea, plant Saturday, removing huge barricades formed from shipping containers, parked cars and stacked chassis frames. The limited action followed an analysis of aerial photographs taken by specially deployed police helicopters showing the strikers had turned the plant into an armed fortress and apparently were planning a bloody battle if an attempt were made to evict them. However, most of the strikers manning ...

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