FRANKFURT, Nov 26 (Reuters) - General Motor's German car maker Opel will make a profit this year, its sales chief told a German magazine. "GM is moving towards profit in Europe," Alain Visser told German news magazine Focus. "In 2006, Opel is clearly in profit." Visser said that the car brand's image with consumers had improved in recent years. "17 percent of all car buyers in Germany and Europe consider buying an Opel. With this result, we are just under Volkswagen but significantly ...
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