SEOUL — Remarks made to three financial news service reporters by General Motors Corp.'s Asia/Pacific President Rudolph Schlais regarding the possible purchase of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. are causing international consternation. The three jointly filed a wire story picked up by other news agencies claiming GM may delay its decision to buy Daewoo until 2002. The report has some leading security analysts here believing that GM is not interested in acquiring the bankrupt automaker and may back ...

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