S Korea calls back GM Daewoo compact cars

16:12, November 09, 2009      

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The South Korean government on Monday ordered GM Daewoo Auto & Technology Co. (GM Daewoo) call back around 32,000 compact cars for problems in seat belts.

The action will affect a total of 32,272 vehicles of Lacetti Premier made from Nov. 5, 2008 to Sept. 10 this year, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs said in a statement.

Free repair services would be provided to owners of such vehicles at the company's service centers across the nation starting from Tuesday, the ministry said.

GM Daewoo was formerly kwon as Daewoo Motor. In 2001 General Motors decided to buy most of Daewoo Motor's assets to form GM Daewoo.

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