OSNABRUECK, Germany, June 23 (Reuters) - German coach builder Karmann, Europe's biggest maker of convertible cars, will open a roof-assembly plant in Poland to save on labour costs, it said on Friday. "No one can escape the competitive pressure," Chief Executive Bernd Lieberoth-Leden said, noting staff costs in Poland were around 80 percent lower than in Germany. Karmann will invest around 10 million euros ($12.58 million) in the plant to be built at an unspecified site in western Poland ...
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