TOKYO – There are no current plans at General Motors Corp. to increase its stake in GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co., even though a key stipulation regarding the Detroit auto maker’s ownership rights expires in 23 months. GMDAT is the company made up of certain assets from bankrupt Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. GM paid $251 million last year for a 42.1% stake in GMDAT. Daewoo creditors own a 33% share with the remaining stake owned by GM alliance partners: Suzuki Motor Corp. and China-based ...

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