BERLIN, Nov 22 (Reuters) - German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble pressed General Motors [GM.N] on Sunday to shed light on its plans for Opel and said the U.S. group had a responsibility for workers at its European unit. A GM executive said on Thursday the carmaker will present a new viability plan for Opel in mid-December as it aims to reduce capacity across Europe by about 20 percent. Nick Reilly, interim head of GM's European business, said it was too soon to say whether any ...
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