SEOUL — General Motors Corp.'s board of directors was scheduled to meet March 5 in Detroit to discuss a possible acquisition of bankrupt Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.'s assets. The U.S. automaker, along with Italian alliance partner Fiat SpA, began a due diligence study of Daewoo's global operations last year after Ford Motor Co. dropped out of an exclusive bidding arrangement. A pending deal looked promising last month with the appearance in Seoul of top GM Asia/Pacific executives including ...

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