* Plan expected to outline thousands of job cuts * Could also see plants closed FRANKFURT, Feb 27 (Reuters) - Management at General Motors Opel subsidiary in Germany will present its supervisory board with a restructuring plan on Friday expected to cost thousands of jobs and possibly one or more plant closures. The meeting comes a day after thousands of workers demonstrated in Ruesselsheim, Germany, for an independent Opel after 80 years as a unit of GM, brandishing signs like "Yes we ...
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