SEOUL — Daewoo Group's creditors accept a debt-restructuring plan that will reduce South Korea's troubled chaebol to its automotive arm, a division now seeking a partner in General Motors Corp. The effort to dismantle the conglomerate comes after Daewoo finds itself teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, carrying 57.3 trillion won (US$47.44 billion) in debt. The country's second-largest conglomerate plans to divest itself of all but six of 22 affiliates, retaining Daewoo Motor Co. Ltd.; ...

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