Police and striking Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. workers, who have held the auto maker’s Pyongtaek vehicle-assembly complex captive since May 21, still are in a fiery face-off two days after police first stormed the property and forced the strikers back into a paint plant. The strikers so far have refused to negotiate with Ssangyong management and are demanding to speak directly with the South Korean government. Ssangyong is owned by China’s Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp. Of the 976 ...
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