The Korea Development Bank is threatening to call back $103 million in loans to GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. unless General Motors Co. increases financial support of the Korean subsidiary and complies with specific management changes and other demands. Min Euoo-sung, governor and CEO of the KDB, tells financial reporters in Seoul GMDAT has a rights offering of 162.7 million new common shares on the table available only to current shareholders. He says the 3,019 won ($2.60) ...

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