Daewoo scales back production in Poland WARSAW — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.'s plant here, Daewoo-FSO, says it will cut production next year. Announcement of the plan was made as employees returned from a three-week work stoppage that reduced stockpiles by about 4,000 cars. Company officials say the automaker will build 126,000 vehicles next year, down from the planned 193,000. The automaker says the cut is in response to a lagging Polish market and lowered demand for Daewoo vehicles. Officials ...
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