NEW DELHI – The Indian government is prosecuting the defunct Daewoo Motors India Ltd. and its officers for falsification of accounts and fraud. The government says it intends to take its investigation against the auto maker, now in liquidation, to its logical conclusion so that all defaulters are punished.(See related story: Battle to Capitalize on Daewoo India’s Debts Continues) Daewoo India ended Matiz production in 2002. The Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO) has ...
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