GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology Co. is being forced to stop production of its Damas microvans and Labos micropickups, because their diminutive 0.8L liquefied petroleum gas engines won’t meet stringent South Korean emissions standards taking effect Jan. 1. GMDAT’s engine plant at Changwon is developing an alternative advanced LPG engine but has been unable to put it in production in time to meet the new standards, a spokesman tells Ward’s. The Korea Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle ...
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