SEOUL -- Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. this month launches production at its Bupyeong engine plant of an all-new 2.0L. inline 6-cyl. engine that replaces the 2.0L engine currently being supplied by General Motors Corp.’s Australian subsidiary Holden Ltd. The event is considered “quite a milestone” says a Daewoo official. The new engine was designed and developed entirely within the Bupyeong center despite more than two years of financial upheaval. Daewoo has been besieged with labor strikes, work ...

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