WARSAW – The Polish government, looking to protect the future of the Warsaw-based Daewoo-FSO Motor S.A. car-making operation, has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with parent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. The Polish subsidiary was left out of a recent agreement in which General Motors Corp. plans to acquire select Daewoo assets. Others to sign the MOU include the Exim Bank, the Korean Corp. for Credit Insurance and Daewoo-FSO Motor. The agreement will be finalized at the end of May. ...

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