NEW DELHI – Global and local players are in a race to pick up the remaining pieces of defunct Daewoo Motors India Ltd.’s closed plant, hoping to cash in on fresh opportunities offered by the rapidly growing auto industry here. General Motors India Ltd. reportedly has offered $100 million for the plant’s assembly line and paint shop. Upfront payment would be about one-fourth of the total, with the balance payable in installments over the next five years. (See related story: GM India to Buy ...

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