SEOUL — General Motors Corp. is making an all-out drive to win public support in Korea in its push to acquire ailing Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. The U.S. automaker is taking part in the first-ever Korea Import Motor Show held here this month, where GM head John F. Smith Jr. visited May 9-10. “We're very disappointed that our proposal to acquire Daewoo last November wasn't accepted by the (Daewoo Corp. restructuring) committee,” says Rudolph A. Schlais Jr., president of GM's Asia/Pacific ...

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