DETROIT -- Outgoing General Motors Corp. Asia/Pacific President Rudolph A. Schlais says he expects to see a deal in which the auto maker acquires some of the assets of South Korea’s Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. before he retires from the company in April. GM in September signed a memorandum of understanding to purchase some elements of the insolvent auto maker and now is conducting due diligence. A deal could be reached as early as four to six weeks from now, Schlais says. The deal was expected ...
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