The European Commission's competition authority has cleared the purchase by General Motors Corp. of a series of production and sales outlets from bankrupt South Korean auto maker Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. GM has agreed to acquire some of Daewoo's assembly plants for passenger cars and light-commercial vehicles in Korea and Vietnam, together with sales subsidiaries in Austria, the Benelux region, (Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg), France, Germany, Italy, Spain and Switzerland. (see ...
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