General Motors Corp. says it remains interested in a potential acquisition of Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd., despite conflicting reports in and out of South Korea last week indicating the world's largest automaker had signaled otherwise. However, GM denied rumors top executives were meeting with partner Fiat Auto SpA and Daewoo officials in Detroit last week. The Korean government is hoping to wrap up the Daewoo sale in principle by Oct. 20. Along with GM-Fiat, Hyundai Motor Co. Ltd. may be ...
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