SEOUL — South Korea's “Big Deal” needs several more days and a possible intermediary to come to a conclusion. The Daewoo and Samsung groups were expected to wrapup the swap of their automotive and electronics subsidiaries earlier this month (see WAI — April '99, p.3). But the companies extended the deadline almost a week, saying if negotiations could not be settled the companies would hire international accountant and consultants Deloitte & Touche as a go-between. This would push the ...
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