General Motors Corp. says it will purchase $107.5 million worth of parts from 19 South Korean suppliers, potentially clearing another hurdle in the creation of GM Daewoo Auto Technology Co. GM Daewoo is the new auto maker that will be spawned from certain Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. assets GM and its partners will purchase as part of a pending $400 million deal with Daewoo’s creditors. Several factors have held up finalization of the purchase, including the flap with suppliers riled over parts ...

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