PARIS – General Motors Corp. expects to bring Daewoo vehicles into the U.S., but not right away – and how they will be badged still is being studied, says Nick Reilly, president and CEO designate for GM Daewoo Auto and Technology Co. Ltd. One thing is certain, they won’t carry a new brand name, says Erhard (Hardy) L. Spranger, executive-in-charge of the GM Daewoo Transition Team. Nubira replacement could come to U.S. but not as Daewoo. Nor is Chevrolet the leading candidate, ...
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