SEOUL -- Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. and General Motors Corp. appear unlikely to wrap up a deal by year’s end. Even the due diligence situation seems unclear, with Daewoo sources claiming the process has been completed and their GM counterparts maintaining it still is in progress. The arrival in Korea of GM’s Nick Reilly, who now heads the transition team and has been designated president of the new company GM plans to set up, does not mean a deal is imminent, Ward’s is told. Analysts say ...

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