SEOUL — General Motors Corp. has 150 specialists working on its due diligence of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.’s assets in Asia, South America and Europe, as negotiators in Seoul strive to reach a definitive agreement by the end of December. All the same, GM likely will not have a viable up-and-running new company in place until at least next June and perhaps as late as August, sources close to the situation say. This means that Daewoo creditor banks, which are due to receive some US$1.2 billion ...
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