PARIS — Under pressure to sell more cars, Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. is abandoning its “no dealers” sales policy in the U.K. The Korean automaker made a splash when it came into the country in 1995. While it developed several company-owned showrooms, most cars were sold through its boutiques in grocery stores and hardware chains. Service was subcontracted. Daewoo is looking to add about 80 high-quality franchised dealers, expanding the number of its sales outlets to 120. Daewoo last year sold ...
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