SEOUL – South Korea’s GM Daewoo Auto & Technology will sell 900,000 cars this year, and in 2005 CEO Nick Reilly expects to reach 1 million. To attain global and domestic penetration in the two years of the company’s existence, Reilly is dramatically upgrading GMDAT’s facilities. (See related story: Reilly Pushes GM Daewoo Global Products, Sales) Among other things, he is bumping up the company’s research and development capability in order to handle new platforms and the extensive ...
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