A major crisis is taking place in Korea, where Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. is dying. Creditor banks have shut off the No.2 automaker's life support system, refusing to grant the company any more credit, while demanding sweeping restructuring changes. But insiders say such efforts without any money will not save the sinking carmaker, whose vital signs are failing rapidly: Creditor banks have forced all 135 of Daewoo Motor's senior executives to submit their resignations. The two chief ...

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