SEOUL – Nothing has gone smoothly for General Motors Corp. in the two years it has been negotiating to take control of insolvent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.’s assets. Labor strikes, firebombings, misinformation and misunderstandings have plagued the proceedings. See a chronology of events in the GM/Daewoo Deal So it should come as no surprise that the signing of the final $1.2 billion agreement between the two on April 30 met with disruption as well. ANALYSIS As key ...
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