GM Korea will not comment on the small fine levied against TagAZ Korea on Wednesday for its alleged role in stealing technical data from the former GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology for use in development of its C-100 compact sedan. The Seoul Southern District Court yesterday fined TagAZ Korea 10,000 won ($8,800) for being remiss in “not preventing the illegal activity” that allegedly involved the theft of thousands of GMDAT computer files. The files were said to contain proprietary ...

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