GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. says it is surprised by reports the Korea Development Bank plans to call back a 125 billion won ($108 million) loan because General Motors Co. is not doing enough to help the Korean auto maker improve its financial condition. "We paid back the 125 billion won loan to the KDB today, which is exactly what (GM) CEO Henderson told the bank we would do during his meeting Wednesday,” says Jay Cooney, GMDAT’s vice president of corporate affairs. “We can afford ...

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