DaimlerChrysler AG will sit it out, but General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA appear ready to jump back into the next round of bidding for South Korea's Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. Last week, Ford Motor Co. threw in the towel on its exclusive negotiations for the carmaker. “We believe that a proposal was not possible that would be in the best interest of Daewoo and Ford and their respective stakeholders,” is all Ford Vice Chairman W. Wayne Booker would say. But rumors prior to Ford's withdrawal ...
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