SEOUL, Sept 26 (Reuters) - Creditors of a failed auto unit of South Korea's Samsung Group [SAGR.UL] plan to file a lawsuit demanding Samsung's chairman and 31 units pay up to $4.5 billion on behalf of its former unit, according to a statement on Monday. The statement was issued by four creditors representing all the creditors of Samsung Motors, which had been put into court receivership before being acquired by Renault SA to become Renault Samsung Motors Inc. In 1999 the creditors said ...
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