After 12 months of lost production, GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. has retooled the engines of the Damas microvan and Labos micropickup to meet stringent new South Korean emissions regulations. GMDAT was forced to stop making the vehicles because their liquefied petroleum gas engines failed to meet Korea Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (KULEV) standards for light-commercial vehicles that took effect Jan. 1, 2007. The lost production and revenue is estimated at 15,000 vehicles and 108 ...

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