* Opel can now begin restructuring German operations * Bochum workers left out of deal after shock rejection FRANKFURT, March 27 (Reuters) - German trade union IG Metall's federal executive board approved a labour deal with Opel on Wednesday, paving the way for the General Motors unit to begin restructuring its domestic operations. The final official approval came despite a split in the workforce last week after employees at Bochum, whose ...
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