SEOUL — The domestic creditors of the ailing Daewoo Group will draw up their spin-off and debt-workout plans for the chaebol's 12 subsidiaries in the coming weeks, a Korea First Bank official says in a published report. The workout plan for the five Daewoo units that will remain a cohesive group — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., Daewoo Corp., Daewoo Motor Sales Corp., Diners Club Korea and Daewoo Capital Ltd. — will be drawn up by Nov. 6. The bank official reportedly says the restructuring program ...

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