Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner was in South Korea Thursday complimenting GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. on its stellar performance at the same time parent General Motors Corp. was revising its loss for 2005 by an additional $2 billion, to a total $10.6 billion. Sources say Wagoner did not mention the development as he personally thanked workers at Bupyeong plant No.2 for helping boost GMDAT’s 2005 sales to more than 1 million units last year, making the subsidiary profitable for the ...
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