South Korea’s GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co., part of the “new” General Motors Co., is looking to the upcoming launch of the new Chevrolet Spark/Daewoo Matiz to help get back on track after 6-month deliveries through June prove to be the worst in its 7-year history. GMDAT posted a 33.9% decline in domestic sales and a 50.3% plunge in exports in the year’s first half, compared with like-2008. “There will be continuing improvement throughout the second half of 2009 and much stronger ...

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