Eighty workers were injured when riot police escorted non-striking union employees and management staff into Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.’s Pyongtaek, South Korea, plant in an attempt to end a 5-week sit-in. Some 300 riot police now are positioned inside the facility, while an additional 2,000 have cordoned off the plant outside. However, armed strikers still surround various buildings. “The strikers are still at the plant, but we are inside and confident with police inside here to protect ...

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