Daewoo Motor America dealers are trying to assess the damage now that it’s apparent they are being shut out of the long-sought deal as General Motors prepares to buy up major assets of South Korea’s insolvent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. There’s not too much assessing to do after you get past kaput. It’s fairly certain that a pending GM takeover spells the end of Daewoo’s presence in the U.S. – stranding 525 dealers, 1,600 car owners and about 8,000 corporate and dealership employees. Sources ...

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