Creditors involved with the deal for General Motors Corp. to buy assets of the bankrupt Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. reportedly may hold up the deal. Reuters, quoting a South Korean report, says creditors are at a roadblock trying to decide how much each company will invest in the new Daewoo. Also, some creditors reportedly are balking at the low interest rates already agreed to, refusing to lend any more money to Daewoo because they believe it is an uncertain business proposition at this point.

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