MUMBAI – The public sale of assets belonging to bankrupt Daewoo Motors India Ltd. now looks uncertain. Matiz cars wait to be sold while Daewoo India assets still are being sorted out. A court receiver is in charge of the assets but apparently has been unable to finalize their sale. The auto maker’s manufacturing plant closed in December and more than 300 best-selling Matiz cars still are parked there – waiting for buyers. Recently more than 1,000 workers assembled at the ...

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