Regional fire departments battle blazes set by strikers at Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd.’s Pyeongtaek, South Korea, plant after police storm the 5-story building that houses one of the facility’s paint shops. The No.1 paint line now is completely occupied by police and Ssangyong employees, a Ssangyong source on the scene tells Ward’s by cell phone. Police are holding back from entering the No.2 paint shop because strikers are threatening to burn it down, Kang Hee-rak, chief of Korea’s ...

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