Daewoo delays U.S. launch

Rechtin, Mark
November 1996
Automotive News;11/25/1996, Vol. 71 Issue 5688, p7
Trade Publication
Presents information on the scheduled Autumn 1997 launch of Daewoo Motors in the United States. Comments from president of Daewoo's North American automotive operation, and executive vice president of international operations of the parent company; Marketing questions that will face the company.


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