SEOUL, April 26 (Reuters) - General Motors Co's
president said on Thursday that it was very close to a
resolution to fix its ailing South Korean unit.
"Over the last few months, over the last few weeks a lot of
very good progress has been made," GM President Dan Ammann said
in a meeting with South Korean ruling party lawmakers.
On Monday, the Detroit carmaker reached a preliminary deal
with its South Korean labour union, winning concessions on pay
and bonuses. That led the company to drop a plan to consider
filing for bankruptcy.
(Reporting by Jane Chung; writing by Ju-min Park; Editing by
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