SEOUL — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. executives in late March were bracing for a possible decision by General Motors Corp. on whether it will buy some or all of the bankrupt automaker's assets. The long-anticipated announcement could come as soon as April or May, Daewoo top officials say. Daewoo, meanwhile, is in a heated battle with creditor banks over restructuring recommendations developed by Arthur Anderson Consulting calling for the closure of Daewoo's huge but unprofitable Pupyong car ...

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