PARIS — Renault SA is moving to take over the Samsung Motors Inc. factory in Pusan, South Korea. Creditors of the bankrupt Korean automaker have tried in vain to sell the company, first to Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., then to anyone. Since December, it has been in liquidation. Renault says it entered exclusive negotiations with Samsung's creditors late last year to buy all or part of Samsung's assets, “but not its debts.” (See story, p.3.) Renault, which bought a controlling 36.8% stake in ...
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