By Andreas Cremer Bochum, Germany, March 31 (Reuters) - Labour leaders at loss-making European car maker Opel have warned parent company General Motors that closing one of its oldest factories in Germany would be massively costly and damage the company's image. "This would cost GM billions," Rainer Einenkel, head of the Bochum plant's works council said at a news conference on Saturday following a staff town hall meeting in the western German city of Bochum. GM, which has been pushing Opel ...
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