Is General Motors about to miss out on its best chance yet to capture the youth market? Maybe. GM’s just-completed purchase of Daewoo Motor doesn’t include the South Korean auto maker’s U.S. sales distribution arm, and insiders say the game plan eventually may involve selling imported Daewoos through Chevrolet dealers instead The move has angered Daewoo’s 525 U.S. retailers, who stand to lose on their investments – some having spent millions on showrooms and service operations. But ...
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