A Polish court approves a motion for bankruptcy requested by Daewoo Motor Ltd.’s Daewoo Motor Polska light-truck plant in Nysa, Poland. The plant was not part of the assets purchased by General Motors Corp. in April and Polska filed for bankruptcy soon after, under dept pressures and lack of support from Daewoo in South Korea, say Polish news reports. Union officials, however, were against the filing, indicating the plant could remain open under new ownership or with half of its current ...

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