FRANKFURT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - Talks over how General Motors can lop 500 million euros ($652 million) from fixed costs in Europe could take weeks to resolve as labour leaders reject forced layoffs or deep pay cuts, union officials said on Friday. A month of talks has failed to yield an agreement so far, and it remains unclear whether any deal will emerge before the year-end holidays, they said, dismissing any hope that an accord could be ready by Monday's board meeting at GM unit Adam Opel. ...
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