SEOUL — The ‘Big Deal,’ which quickly became an ordeal for chaebol groups Daewoo and Samsung as they sought to slog through negotiations over their automotive and electronic subsidiary swap, appears to be nearing a conclusion. Korean press reports say the two have reached a tentative agreement on the government-initiated exchange, under which Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. will continue production of Samsung Motor Inc.'s SM5 line of passenger cars at a rate of 30,000 to 50,000 units per year for ...
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