SEOUL -- The pending takeover of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. by a General Motors Corp. consortium appears to be mired in labor problems and a boycott by unpaid Daewoo suppliers. GM several weeks ago said it would try to have a definitive agreement signed with Daewoo by the end of December, but with only two working weeks left in the year, that now seems highly unlikely, many security analysts believe. GM has been working through Daewoo’s management to get the company’s labor union to revise ...

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