BUCHAREST — The signing of a memorandum of understanding among General Motors Corp., Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. and the Korean Development Bank creates some questions about the future of the Daewoo Automobile Romania S.A. car plant. The Korean management, however, remains optimistic. "The signing of the memorandum does not change the status or financial stability of Daewoo Automobile Romania, nor exist there any predictable signs regarding a change of its status," says Sung Yang Cho, president ...

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