Shipyard workers are expected to sign a layoff agreement from September 13.
However, workers do not believe that the current compensation plan offered by the shipyard is adequate and as a result, workers at the yard have gone on strike in recent days.
Currently, the court is working on a revised plab for staff compensation.
Samsung said it will shut down one of its Chinese factories due to the drop in productivity caused by its obsolete facilities and that the company is in talks with the Chinese government to cede land and other base assets to it. from Ningbo early next year.
After the closure of the Ningbo plant, Samsung to focus on operating its second shipyard in China, Samsung Heavy Industries (Rongcheng) in Shandong province.
Samsung‘Ningbo Shipyard, created in 1995, was the first shipyard that Samsung invested in China.
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