The South Korean government is growing impatient over talks between General Motors and bankrupt Daewoo Motor. In its haste to stroke both public opinion and creditor banks, it is not so subtly urging GM to pay more, take more and to do it by the end of this month. But the Korean politicians are finding it’s not so easy to push the General around. Cajoling, posturing and boldface threats won’t do it. GM has heard worse from shareholders and UAW members. In fact, the government’s ...
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