ANTWERP, Nov 27 (Reuters) - Opel, the German unit of the world's biggest carmaker General Motors , plans to roll out some 300,000 units of its new Astra model next year, company executives said on Thursday. Jonathan J. Lauckner, one of the executives overseeing the new Astra line, told reporters at a presentation of the new brand in the Opel plant in the port city of Antwerp, that figure would later rise to 500,000 following the start-up phase of production and after other versions of the ...
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