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General Motors is proposing $2.8 billion in fresh investments to restructure its South Korean unit.
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GM offered to convert debt of around $2.2 billion owed by its South Korean operation into equity in exchange for financial support and tax benefits from Seoul.
The restructuring proposal comes after the Detroit automaker announced last week that it would shut its plant in the city of Gunsan.
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GM has offered to convert a debt of $2.2 billion into equity in return for financial support and tax benefits from Seoul, sources said.
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