Daewoo Motor America Inc. Chief Gary Connelly still awaits official word on the fate of his company – which was left behind when General Motors Corp. on April 26 purchased some of the assets of South Korea’s insolvent auto maker, Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. “We’re still waiting to hear from Korea about what the hell’s going on,” Connelly says. The auto maker’s California-based U.S. headquarters remains open for business, operating with a skeleton staff of about 60. Connelly, meanwhile, is ...

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