FRANKFURT, Dec 19 (Reuters) - General Motors Europe has pledged not to outsource production of its Opel, Vauxhall or Saab brands from existing plants until the 2012 model year, the carmaker's European works council said on Tuesday. "This commitment from General Motors Europe means we have been able to counter the constant fear that jobs will be shifted from the West to the East," works council head Klaus Franz said in a statement. GM Europe, which has cut its workforce by around a fifth ...
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