GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. officials are denying a report by South Korean website Donga.com that the auto maker plans to move small-car assembly to China by 2010 and midsize-car production to India, as well. The Internet publication, an arm of Donga Ilbo , a leading Korean newspaper, quotes a GMDAT marketing director as saying plans are to eventually move all production out of Korea and leave only the U.S. subsidiary’s research and development division in place. The story was ...
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