Seemingly a hair’s breadth from extinction only months ago, Daewoo is mounting a comeback that appears to be gaining speed at a startling rate. No one is declaring victory yet, but the South Korean auto maker, reincarnated as GM Daewoo Automotive & Technology after General Motors acquired key assets of a bankrupt Daewoo Motor in October, is showing remarkable signs of life. GM Daewoo executives already are talking about new models in the pipeline, stepped up exports to Europe and ...
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