Foreigners Welcome Inclusion In Daewoo Reforms

Monday, August 02, 1999
Foreign investors reportedly welcomed the inclusion of overseas creditors in talks to restructure South Korea's limping Daewoo Group, saying it could help stave off a corporate debt crisis.
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