FRANKFURT, March 29 (Reuters) - Loss-making General Motors unit Opel is considering the sale of its Eisenach plant in Germany where it manufactures the Corsa subcompact and was due to begin building the Junior later this year, German newspaper Handelsblatt reported on Thursday. The business daily cited a person familiar with the situation as saying it was conceivable that an investor for the plant could be sought. Opel would not comment on the report. On Wednesday, Opel avoided conflict ...
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