SEOUL — General Motors Corp. officials are declining to comment on whether GM Chairman John F. Smith this month met privately with South Korea President Kim Dae-Jung to discuss GM's possible acquisition of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. GM has been in serious discussions on a possible takeover of the bankrupt automaker since last September. Smith was scheduled to introduce Kim as a guest speaker at a business luncheon in Chicago on March 9. The event was hosted by the Mid America Committee and the ...

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