SEOUL — General Motors Corp. signs a new memorandum of understanding (MOU) with South Korea's Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. to explore possible strategic alliances. Daewoo, which introduced three new cars to the U.S. market last year — the Leganza, Lanos and Nubira — has been linked to GM in the recent past, when the U.S. automaker owned half of the company from 1978 to 1992. The deal allowed Daewoo to sell cars overseas using GM brand names. The rocky relationship ended with Daewoo buying out ...
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