According to a Bloomberg report, Ssangyong Motor has presented a turnaround plan that could significantly dilute the influence of its major shareholder – China’s SAIC Motor – by cutting its holding to 11.2%, from just under 51% currently.
The proposal was outlined in a regulatory filing after the South Korean OEM, …
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