SEOUL — General Motors Corp.'s ardor for purchasing troubled Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. may have cooled. Informed sources here say members of the GM due diligence team assigned to analyze Daewoo Motor's operations and make recommendations for acquisitions have split up and returned to their home offices in the U.S. and Singapore. A GM spokesman in Detroit says he was not aware of the development and could not comment, but adds: “We remain interested (in Daewoo Motor) and have made no decisions ...
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