General Motors Co. President and CEO Fritz Henderson assures South Korean President Lee Myong-bak at a meeting in Seoul today the U.S. parent is working on ways to resolve the financial problems of GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. Ltd. GMDAT reportedly has requested a loan of 1 trillion won ($862 million) from the Korean Development Bank to cover research and development operations. The auto maker has not revealed the amount of credit it is seeking. Henderson tells the local media ...

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