DETROIT — Daewoo Motor America Inc.'s choice of Detroit to show off its fourth model may be no coincidence. “If I believe everything I read, I might be in Detroit a lot more,” says Bill Tucker, vice president of the South Korean car company's U.S. arm. Daewoo unveiled the Korando small sport/utility vehicle (SUV) to a packed house at the North American International Auto Show, but it was the state of the company, not the new vehicle, that served as the draw. Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. has ...
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