SEOUL, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Daewoo Motor Co, South Korea's third largest automobile maker, said on Tuesday total sales during September fell 58.6 percent to 18,717 vehicles from a year earlier due to a parts supply halt last month. On Monday, South Korea approved a $12 billion debt rescheduling plan for Daewoo, taking the automaker a step closer to the launch of a General Motors -led revival of key assets. Park Hae-yeung, a Daewoo spokeswoman, told Reuters exports during September fell 71.7 ...
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