A report carried by German regional daily newspaper the Rheinische Post claims that General Motors’ European unit Opel plans to reduce the workforce at its plant in Bochum, western Germany, by 1,200 workers.
According to Rainer Einenkel, head of Opel’s works council, the OEM had intended to lay off 1,800 through …
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