Germany's Clement - not meeting GM bosses on Opel


BERLIN, Nov 26 (Reuters) - German Economy Minister Wolfgang Clement dismissed a press report on Friday that he would be meeting bosses of carmaker General Motors to discuss the situation at its ailing subsidiary Adam Opel. The Berliner Zeitung reported that the minister would meet American and European bosses to discuss cost-cutting plans which could affect up to 10,000 jobs at three German car plants. "It's a matter for the company," Clement told reporters in Berlin. "The press report ...

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