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Daewoo

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Daewoo
Vehicle Marque

A former South Korean manufacturer of cars started in 1978 and based in Seoul, South Korea.  Acquired by General Motors in 2001.

Vehicle names used by Daewoo throughout history include:  G2X, Lanos, Leganza, Matiz, Nubira, and Racer.

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Article Index

DateArticleAgency/Author/Speaker
September 21, 2001GM buys DaewooRoger Du Mars
April 30, 2002GM to Tap One of the World's Fastest Growing Car MarketsAmy Bickers
March 13, 2009Daewoo has Been around a WhileRonnie Tanner
January 20, 2011South Korean Unit of General Motors Gets New NameVOA Breaking News




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