DETROIT – As General Motors Corp. and South Korea’s Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. this week ink their long-awaited $1.2 billion deal, Daewoo’s 525 U.S. dealers remain uncertain about their future. See a chronology of events in the GM/Daewoo Deal The agreement, which sees GM taking control of Daewoo’s selected assets, does not include the U.S. marketing and sales arm, and there has been no official word on the dealers’ status from GM or Daewoo Motor America. “No one has told me yet that I’m ...

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