SEOUL — The contentious “Big Deal” involving the government-orchestrated swap of upstart Samsung Motors Inc. for Daewoo Electronics is, at last, a done deal, Korean press reports say. Once the issue of how the losses resulting from the production of Samsung's SM5 passenger car series is settled, Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. will absorb the operation. That combined with Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd.'s takeover of Kia Motors Corp. gives South Korea a dual-headed auto industry. Daewoo will have the ...

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