CANBERRA – Some owners of GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. cars reportedly are having problems getting their vehicles serviced since the South Korean brand closed its Australian operations on Jan. 1. Holden Ltd., which owns 42.1% of GM Daewoo, last June made the decision to pull the Daewoo brand from the Australian market but said its Holden dealerships would provide service and spare parts and honor warranty claims. (See related story: Holden Pulls Plug on Daewoo Brand in Australia) ...

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