FRANKFURT, June 26 (Reuters) - A German union leader said on Tuesday General Motors appears willing to invest in growing its European arm Opel, a tentative sign that GM and powerful German labour leaders are making progress in talks over restructuring. "We have the impression that there is a learning process at GM," said Armin Schild, the head of union IG Metall for the region that is home to Opel's headquarters. Opel's supervisory board, in which labour representatives play a key role, is ...
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