DETROIT – Already the highest exporting unit in the General Motors Corp. empire, South Korea-based GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. will increase its shipments to other countries 10%-15% in 2005 from the 800,000 units delivered to foreign destinations in 2004. Exports are critical for GMDAT, which has not turned a profit since being formed in 2002 due to the struggling domestic market. Last year, GMDAT exported vehicles to 140 markets, up from 70 in 2002 when the auto maker built some ...
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