FRANKFURT, Sept 30 (Reuters) - General Motors' German unit Adam Opel AG will offer discount packages worth up to 4,000 euros ($4,934) per car for the rest of this year, it said on Thursday. "We will make a suitable offer to each customer on an individual basis," Jean-Marc Gales, head of sales, marketing and service, said in a statement on the sales offensive, which is linked to a film promotion. Opel said this included a 1,300-euro bonus that customers could use either for optional ...
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