SEOUL – New-vehicle development at GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. is on again after being held back by an 18-month epidemic of economic and financial problems. The combination of the global recession that resulted in a 40% decline in the auto maker’s exports of completely built-up vehicles last year, parent General Motors Co.’s bankruptcy and its own internal financing problems put a serious crimp in GMDAT’s new-product pipeline, Dwenell Mills, vice president-product planning and ...

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