SEOUL – General Motors Corp. is in the final stretch of a long, tortuous process to acquire Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. and likely will complete a definitive agreement by the end of February, some informed sources say. Others, however, are dubious the deal will ever come off. “I’m much less optimistic now,” one source tells Ward’s. “There are major unresolved issues.” Among them is an unresolved labor agreement with Daewoo’s union, plus unexpected debts and legal problems connected with overseas ...

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