GM Daewoo Auto and Technology Co. closes its No.2 plant in Bupyeong, South Korea, for a 3-week period as demand fades further for the Tosca premier sedan and Winstorm cross/utility vehicle. The auto maker’s No.1 Bupyeong plant also will be shuttered for about one week this month due to falling demand for the Gentra compact car, Korean news reports say. “We are reviewing production requirements on a weekly, and even daily, basis based on fluctuating demand, and using a flexible ...

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