South Korean Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. trade union officials recently met with representatives of China’s Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. (SAIC) to press their demand for conditions under which SAIC could acquire their company. Ssangyong Rexton SAIC says it plans to sign an agreement with Ssangyong creditors by the end of the month to purchase 48.9% of the auto maker. In the first official meeting with Ssangyong’s suitor, the union demanded written pledges of job guarantees, ...

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