A General Motors Corp.-related company in Russia is the frontrunner in negotiations to purchase Daewoo Motors India Ltd.’s engine, transmission and axle operations, according to reports in The Indian Express and The Financial Express. The facility is Daewoo India’s second-biggest asset after its car assembly plant at Surajpur (Uttar Pradesh), which also has been put on the block by Daewoo Group creditors. Reportedly the GM affiliate would relocate tooling to Russia. Among other ...

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