The American International Automobile Dealers Assn. (AIADA) is asking General Motors Corp. to protect Daewoo Motor America dealers and their customers following the auto maker’s acquisition of Daewoo’s key assets April 30. AIADA President Walter E. Huizenga says GM is "missing a wonderful opportunity in this market," referring to GM’s decision to not include Daewoo’s U.S. dealer network in its takeover deal. "(GM) has left 525 U.S. dealers and their employees out in the cold," says ...
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