General Motors Corp., with alliance partner Fiat SpA, intends to present a proposal to Korean creditor banks for the purchase of some or all of the assets of insolvent Daewoo Motors Co. Ltd. within the next two weeks, Ward's Automotive Reports has learned. The meeting is expected to take place as early as May 18. GM's board of directors in Detroit approved the plan presented by Alan Perriton, executive in charge of acquisitions and mergers for Asia/Pacific, on May 2, insiders say. GM's ...
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