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SsangYong Motor Co., Ltd. manufactures and sells automobiles and parts in South Korea. It offers a range of SUVs under the Chairman name. The company also exports and sells its SUVs through approximately 1,290 sales outlets in 106 countries. The company was founded in 1954 and is headquartered in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. SsangYong Motor Co., Ltd. is a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd.

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Ssangyong Motor Company Announces Sales Results for the Month Ended November 2014

Ssangyong Motor Company announced sales results for the month ended November 2014. The company has reported that total sales for the month of November 2014 were 10,222 units, a decrease of 27.5%, compared to November 2013. Total domestic sales for the month of November 2014 were 5,806 units, an increase of 6.4%, compared to November 2013. Total exports for the month of November 2014 were 4,416 units, a decrease of 41.5%, compared to November 2013.

Two Ssangyong Motor Union Members Protest Atop 70-Meter Chimney at its Plant in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province

Two Ssangyong Motor union members protest atop a 70-meter chimney at the company's plant in Pyeongtaek, Gyeonggi Province. They say they will not come down until management agrees to reinstate 153 laid-off workers. The union is protesting against a recent Supreme Court ruling that a mass layoff by the company in 2009 was lawful.

South Korea's Supreme Court Sides with SsangYong in 2009 Lay-Off Case

South Korea's top court has ruled in favour of SsangYong Motors regarding the lay-offs it carried out in 2009. The Supreme Court ordered the High Court to reconsider its earlier ruling annulling the lay-offs of 164 SsangYong workers, with an opinion that the dismissal of the employees was legitimate. 'There was an urgent management need to carry out the [164] layoffs [at SsangYong in 2009],' the court said in its ruling, citing the negative effects of the 2008-09 global financial crisis on SsangYong's vehicle sales, which in turn affected its business conditions. The court further noted that SsangYong took the necessary steps to avoid the lay-offs, such as freezing wages, recommending paid leave, and reducing the number of subcontractors.


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