BRUSSELS, May 27 (Reuters) - Belgium's prime minister and the premier of the Flanders region have written letters to Germany and the European Commission insisting that the future of General Motors carmaker Opel be settled at a European level. Germany's government is due to decide on Wednesday which bidder or bidders it prefers as a partner for Opel, which has 25,000 workers at four plants in the country. However, Belgium argues this decision process ignores the fact that GM Europe has ...
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