South Korea-based GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. (GMDAT) signs a final labor agreement Aug. 23 with its unions, paving the way for its acquisition of the Daewoo Bupyeong production complex The comprehensive pact, the first completed and ratified among all South Korean auto makers this year, is especially significant because it contains language that would see GMDAT immediately begin the legal process for acquiring the assets of Daewoo Incheon Motor Co. (DIMC). (See related story: ...

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