VIENNA — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.'s problems worsen as two of its Polish operations announce substantial layoffs (see related story, p.1). Daewoo Motor Polska Sp. z o.o. (DMP), manufacturer of light commercial vehicles, says it plans to sack 1,200 people or about 30% of its workforce, while Daewoo-FSO Motors SA says it will cut 2,600 workers this year due to falling car sales. DMP employs 4,200 people, with an additional 2,000 employed by sister companies. The news prompted Choon Sik Yoo, ...

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