Workers at Ssangyong Motor Co. are worried about their future following the firing of the company’s Korean co-president Nov. 5 and announcement of plans to build Ssangyong SUVs in China with majority stakeholder Shanghai Automobile Industry Corp. The Ssangyong Motor Co. Workers Union is demanding reassurances that South Korean jobs are safe and has expressed displeasure over plans to build a new plant in Shanghai, contending that will transfer proprietary technology to China and reduce any ...
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