BERLIN, Nov 25 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement will meet leading managers of U.S. carmaker General Motors to discuss their intentions for ailing subsidiary Adam Opel, a Berlin newspaper reported on Thursday. In an advance copy of its Friday edition, the Berliner Zeitung said Clement would meet with American and European bosses before the end of this year to hear cost-cutting plans for German factories in Bochum, Ruesselsheim and Kaiserslautern. Opel is the biggest ...
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