MUMBAI – The Indian government now has filed a total of 16 criminal charges against bankrupt Daewoo Motors India Ltd. The development supercedes the Mumbai Debt Recovery Tribunal proceedings for recovery of institutional creditors’ dues and derails General Motors India Ltd. efforts to acquire the assets of Daewoo India’s shuttered plant free from encumbrances. (See related story: Bankrupt Daewoo India to Face Criminal Charges) Chevy Tavera GM India, which completed its due diligence ...

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