Daewoo Motor America Inc.’s plan of reorganization takes effect Oct. 16, providing owners of Daewoo vehicles in the U.S. with parts and warranty coverage. DMA and General Motors Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. Ltd. (GMDAT), which purchased certain assets of the defunct Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. but not the U.S. unit, has entered into a long-term agreement that will preserve “DMA’s exclusive rights to continue providing Daewoo parts and warranty administration to the U.S. market,” says a DMA ...

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