GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. finally has found a way to get the No.1 item on its wish list: a Korean-market SUV. General Motors Corp.’s South Korean subsidiary recently decided to scale up its investment, to $1.5 billion from an initial $1 billion, to accommodate SUV production. SUVs have come to dominate South Korea’s automotive landscape in the last few years. But all of those sold are diesel-powered, and GM doesn’t have such an entry anywhere in its global portfolio. (See ...
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