The worker lockdown of Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.'s sole vehicle assembly plant at Pyeongtaek, South Korea, is entering its fifth week, with workers bracing for a hand-to-hand battle if police should storm the facility to disperse them. The militant strikers have organized into more than 50 10-man flying squads to effectively cover all entrances and rush to handle urgent problems as needed, union sources say. They make no secret of being well armed with metal spears, slingshots and gasoline ...
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