(Recasts, adds analyst comments, closing shares) By Samuel Len SEOUL, Aug 28 (Reuters) - South Korea's third largest automaker, Daewoo Motor Co, was forced to suspend production on Wednesday as a major supplier owed part of $700 million in unpaid bills stopped deliveries of brakes and other parts. Daewoo estimated that lost output stemming from a continued boycott by suppliers would amount to 15 billion won ($12.5 million) a day, or around 2,000 automobiles. The supply problem is the ...
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