GM abandons plans to sell German components plant


FRANKFURT, April 25 (Reuters) - General Motors said it has abandoned plans to sell an Opel components plant in the western German city of Kaiserslautern. "The Kaiserslautern plant will stay with Opel," a company spokesman told Reuters on Friday. "There is a guarantee for the site beyond the year 2014. It is planned that the plant will specialise in the production of components." He did not say why GM had changed its original plan. The spokesman declined to say whether there would be ...

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