There's an old axiom that says good things come to those who wait. General Motors and alliance partner Fiat are about to test the theory. The partners are considering making a fresh bid on the assets of Korea's troubled Daewoo Motor. This is the second time around for Fiat and the third for GM, whose 15-year partnership with Daewoo broke up in 1992. When Daewoo was crushed under some $18 billion in debt last year, GM made a unilateral offer rumored at $5.6 billion to buy the carmaker, ...

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