VIENNA – Polish officials plan to travel to South Korea some time in April to discuss the future of the troubled Warsaw-based Daewoo-FSO Motor S.A., a subsidiary of bankrupt Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. The Polish government says it wants to create a new car company. Shareholders would include Polish and Korean creditor banks, the Polish government, the parent Daewoo company (or its successor) and a potential strategic investor. The new company, internally called NSC (New Small ...

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