By Pawel Kozlowski WARSAW, Jan 30 (Reuters) - Poland has invited four investors, including Germany's Volkswagen and Britain's MG Rover, to take over troubled car plant Daewoo-FSO, a treasury ministry spokesman said on Friday. Poland has long been seeking a partner for the Warsaw-based carmaker, which was left out in the cold after U.S. General Motors took over South Korea's bankrupt Daewoo Motor operations in 2002. "We are expecting responses from the four companies by February 5," ...
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