SEOUL — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., bankrupt and limping along on creditor bank handouts, plans to sell 15,000 of its new '01 Lanos II compact cars — aiming to capture a full 20% of the domestic compact segment here. The sales target is ambitious in the current down market. The 2000 Lanos II being replaced had total domestic sales of 18,673 units in a much healthier market, when they were being built and serviced by a much healthier company. This time, and for the first time in Korea, Daewoo ...

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