SEOUL — General Motors Corp. and Fiat SpA confirm they are re-entering negotiations to buy some of the assets of the insolvent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. It is unclear what impact the mid-October resignation of Oh Hogen, Korea's lead negotiator, will have on the talks. The two automakers, which formed an alliance earlier this year, say they began discussions Oct. 9 to buy Daewoo's passenger vehicle division and related businesses. GM and Fiat will conduct a preliminary due diligence. No ...

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