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South Korea Union Says GM Plant Closure Move Is A 'Death Sentence'
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14 Feb 2018 11:35 AM EST

On Wednesday, General Motors' workers at a South Korean plant staged a protest against its planned closure, calling the move by the US automaker a "death sentence," and threatening a strike. The city of Gunsan, where the factory with 2,000 workers is located, closed stores and emptied streets near the plant, as a reminded of the impact it would have on the rural town. A spokesman of GM Korea, said the company would continue discussions with the union and seek their understanding over the closure plan.

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