Two former GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. employees have been arrested by the Seoul Public Prosecutor’s office for allegedly stealing technology from the General Motors Co. subsidiary and selling it to Russian auto maker OOO Taganrogsky Avtomobilny Zavod. A third suspect, who previously had worked for GMDAT, committed suicide Friday, prosecutors say. TagAZ’s South Korea subsidiary reportedly confirms two of its employees have been arrested. A GMDAT official tells Ward’s its ...

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