GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. says it will repay in full an outstanding $1 billion loan that has been the source of tenuous negotiations for more than a year with the Korea Development Bank and other banks involved in the original syndicated transaction. The KDB and other creditors were advised of GMDAT's decision at a Dec. 1 meeting in Seoul. The parties have been negotiating the conversion of the $1 billion revolving-credit facility to a new long-term loan for the last 30 months, ...
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