SEOUL — Union activists representing some of Korea's most volatile labor organizations in March threatened to stage a protest at General Motors Corp.'s headquarters in Detroit before the end of the month to try to dissuade management from purchasing insolvent Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. GM as of press time had yet to announce a decision on the pending deal. The militant group also said it would seek support from the United Auto Workers union. Unions represented included the Korea Metal Workers ...
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