SEOUL – GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. is back in growth mode and expects to turn in a strong performance in 2010, says Rick Labelle, vice president-sales, marketing and aftersales. “We took a very conservative view early in the year with respect to exports and ran our business toward that outlook,” Labelle tells Ward’s in an interview at company headquarters here. “However, we’re well on track to exceed it. “For the first 10 months, we were below 2008 sales, but for the full year ...

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