Korean light-truck maker Ssangyong, deserted by its majority shareholder SAIC Motor of China four years ago and left in bankruptcy and labor turmoil, now is outpacing all other Korean auto makers with robust monthly sales gains. Security analysts are impressed how well Ssangyong has forged ahead under the leadership of its new corporate parent Mahindra & Mahindra of India. Ssangyong appears on track to hit sales targets equal to its best years before the unfortunate SAIC experience ...

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