TOKYO — As General Motors Corp. hammers out the details to finalize the purchase of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., it is poised to incorporate the insolvent South Korean automaker into its family of alliance partners, says G. Richard Wagoner Jr., but the company will not be as independent as others in which GM has an equity stake. "The first order of business in structuring the new Daewoo needs to be to get that company turned around," Wagoner says. GM also owns equity stakes in Suzuki Motor ...
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