WARSAW — It's quite appropriate that Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. is building its second worldwide headquarters in Warsaw. Poland has become a strategic vehicle — and engine — production base for Daewoo and is fast becoming a springboard for the South Korean automaker's worldwide export of its products. Daewoo-FSO Motor Sp. z o.o. began exporting the Polish-made Daewoo Lanos last fall to Slovakia. Today, the Polish Lanos and Polonez-based pickup trucks are shipped throughout Eastern Europe and ...

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