SEOUL — In a dizzying operatic-like plot, South Korea's Daewoo Group now says it may sell its electronics arm overseas, shrugging off the government-promoted “Big Deal” to swap the company for Samsung Group's neophyte automaker, Samsung Motors Inc. Samsung, last year, began producing sedans based on Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. technology. The move has been controversial from the start due to Korea's already glutted car market and economic downturn. A Daewoo spokesman says in a published report ...
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