LOS ANGELES, July 24 (Reuters) - An association representing former U.S. dealers of Korea's Daewoo cars has filed suit against General Motors Corp. and Suzuki Motor Corp. , seeking to stop GM's Korean affiliate from selling cars in the United States. In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in bankruptcy court in Los Angeles, Daewoo Motor America Inc., the dealers' group, said it claimed that GM forced DMA's parent, Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., to breach its distribution agreement with DMA and cut off DMA's ...
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