SEOUL — With the South Korean government's orchestrated chaebol swap of Samsung Motors Inc. for Daewoo Electronics still in question, Samsung Group is driving ahead with ambitious production of its automotive line. One of the first things Samsung Motors did when it got into the auto business several years ago was to benchmark the competition, then design and develop a product that the company considered to be of superior quality and value for the customer. The result is that Samsung's ...
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