Although South Korea’s Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. is seeking a new owner, the troubled auto maker is forging ahead with plans to fully implement a new assembly line at its Pyeongtaek plant for production of the all-new Korando C compact SUV. A company spokesman tells Ward’s the new model is expected to a big player in export markets and help to turn around the financially beleaguered company. This week, Ssangyong is recalling an additional 270 workers from the 450 who were employed ...

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