Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. employees worked through the weekend testing equipment in start-up runs at the much beleaguered Pyeongtaek assembly plant. “Our workers are back on the job and are forming panels in the press shop, which has been under our control for several days now,” a spokesman tells Ward’s. “We are going to restart other assembly operations within a matter of days and should reach our target of being in regular production within two weeks.” The spokesman denies reports in ...

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