SEOUL – Some people call him a miracle worker, but CEO Nick Reilly prefers to credit motivated employees with the rapid success of General Motors Corp.’s 2-year-old Korean subsidiary GM Daewoo Auto & Technology (GMDAT). Those who know him say the 6-ft. (1.8-m) tall, soft-spoken Reilly is the type of guy who might let you think GMDAT has achieved success of its own accord since he pulled the company together from the ashes of the defunct Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd. in 2002. GM Daewoo CEO ...
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