BEIJING — Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. officials say they can see a day when the South Korean automaker builds cars in China. These comments, made by Daewoo Motors President Kim Taequ at the opening of two engine joint ventures in China, come despite the automaker's precarious future. Daewoo Motor's parent company, Daewoo Group, recently came close to bankruptcy and was bailed out by its domestic creditors, which now plan to put the automaking arm up to auction. Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd., General ...

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