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SsangYong
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The company that became SsongYang was originally founded in 1954 as Ha Dong-hwan Motor Workshop, in 1963 it merged with Dongbang Motor Co. and became Ha Dong-hwan Motor Co. (Hadonghwan).  In 1977 it changed its name to Dong-A Motor, and in 1986 it became SsongYang Motor Company after it was acquired by the SsongYang Business Group conglomerate.

It is based in Seoul, South Korea.

Vehicle names used by SsangYong include:  Actyon, Rodius, SIV-1, and Turismo.

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DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
October 28, 2004Chinese Firm Purchases Majority Stake in South Korean AutomakerVoice of America
August 5, 2009South Korean police battle striking workersWikinews




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