VIENNA – The Polish government says it will start talks to sell its 20% controlling share in struggling auto maker Fabryka Samochodow Osobowych S.A. (FSO S.A.), formerly known as Daewoo-FSO Motor, to Ukraine's ZAO ZAZ. ZAZ currently takes 88% of FSO’s production in the form of Daewoo Lanos assembly kits. Formerly Daewoo Lanos, now FSO Lanos. ZAZ in the last several weeks has purchased debts owed by FSO to three Polish banks for about $10 million and is expected to buy FSO’s debts ...

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