The ongoing strike at Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. won’t jeopardize the launch of the company’s new C200 cross/utility vehicle, a spokesman tells Ward’s. Workers locked themselves in at the South Korean auto maker’s assembly plant in Pyongtaek and stepped up a strike at the engine facility in Changwon last week in protest of a jobs-reduction plan that is part of a broad restructuring of the financially beleaguered company. “The worker strike has not harmed our talks with creditors, and we ...

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