* GM's Opel Antwerp plant threatened, Saab future unclear * Europe has around 20 pct too much car production capacity * Widescale capacity cuts not expected next year By Christiaan Hetzner and Philip Blenkinsop FRANKFURT/BRUSSELS, Dec 22 (Reuters) - General Motors' [GM.UL] drive to revamp its European operations will only make a small dent in the industry's overcapacity as high closure costs and political concerns prevent sweeping rationalisation. The U.S. carmaker, grappling with ...
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