Union activists representing some of South Korea's most volatile labor organizations are threatening to 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. The activists want the Korean government to rescue the bankrupt automaker rather than see it taken over by a foreign entity. GM has yet to announce a decision on the pending deal. The militant group also claims it will seek ...
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