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Mass Dismissals Kill| 8mins
Director: Yu myoung hee | Producer: Yu myoung hee
Focus Years: 2012 | Country: Korea, Republic of
Subject Tags: asia, crime, governance, human rights, livelihood, south korea, violence
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
Priding itself as the best in Korea in SUV production technology, Ssangyong Motor was a small but strong firm. But SAIC snapped up Ssangyong Motor in a fire sale takeover, For 4 years, SAIC focused solely on cross-border leakage of Ssangyong Motor’s core technology to China without investing a single cent back: an “eat-and-run” thief, so to speak. A mere 4 years post-acquisition, SAIC filed for court receivership in January 2009, claiming business exigencies. On April 8, 2009, Ssangyong Motor notified 2,646 workers, that is, half of its entire workforce, that they were redundant and would be dismissed. The documentary presents the strike of labor, the riot police raid of the strike, and the serial deaths of 22 Ssangyong Motor workers or family members.

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