RUESSELSHEIM, Germany, Jan 26 (Reuters) - Belgian unions are suing General Motors [GM.UL] European unit Opel for breaching a contract with their workers when the carmaker decided last week to close its Antwerp plant and produce a planned vehicle elsewhere. "The relocation of the agreed small SUV models is the only reason for the intended closure of Antwerp...There is a pending lawsuit on this matter filed by the unions of Antwerp," Opel's European works council said in a statement on ...
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