Ssangyong Motor Co. Ltd. and its labor union end a 6-week labor strike, reaching agreement just hours before rank-and-file members are scheduled to vote for a new slate of union officers. The new agreement was approved by 58% of the 4,867 workers who voted. The union represents 5,300 members. Workers will return to their jobs on Friday, putting an end to their “death or glory” strike in which they took up residence within the main Pyongtaek plant, locking out management and other ...
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