Attorney denounces Sajo Industries subsidiary for non-payment
Sajo Industries subsidiary has been reported no to have paid the fees to the attorney representing the firm at court. (Photo: Stock File)
An attoney who represented the Argentinean subsidiary of the South Korean group Sajo Industries Ltd. in two cases before the labour courts claims that the company has left the country without paying her fees.
Dongah Argentina, a subsidiary that is wholly owned by the South Korean group Sajo Industries Ltd., has ceased its activities in Argentina and has apparently transferred its vessels Dasa 508 and Dasa 757 to a company in Mar del Plata.
But the attorney Paula Mastronardi told FIS.com that despite having left the country, the company still has not paid the fees that had been set by a judge.
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