SEOUL — Renault SA and the creditors of Samsung Motors Inc. agree to extend negotiations involving the purchase of the insolvent South Korean automaker. Talks stalled when the French automaker could not cut a deal in the three-month bargaining period ending March 31, previously the deadline for exclusive negotiating rights. The parties agreed to extend that deadline by 15 days, but Korean creditor bank officials reportedly say the latest round of negotiations has brought them no closer to ...
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