Ssangyong Motor union says to strike until Feb 24


SEOUL, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Unionised workers at South Korea's Ssangyong Motor Co plan to stage a strike every Wednesday until February 24 to oppose a planned sale to China National Blue Star Group, a union spokesman said on Thursday. Creditors picked the Chinese chemical group as a preferred bidder to buy a controlling stake worth about $620 million in the sport utility vehicle maker last month. "We've been asking creditors to meet us and talk but they have refused," a union spokesman ...

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