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Daewoo drives into World Cup cricket

A FLEET of 60 Daewoo vehicles is being used by the 12 teams competing in the 1999 Cricket World Cup. The Korean manufacturer is supplying its Musso 4x4, Nubira estate and Leganza models to the teams and organisers, and LDV, Daewoo's joint-venture partner, is providing vehicles to be used to carry luggage and equipment.

Daewoo is supplying cars to the other World Cup sponsors, NatWest Bank and Emirates Airlines. NatWest Bank is using three range-topping Leganza CDX-Es and Emirates is using six Nubira estates.

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