FRANKFURT, Oct 28 (Reuters) - Opel, the German unit of the world's biggest carmaker, General Motors , is considering reducing its working week to 30 hours in a bid to cut costs and secure jobs, company sources said on Tuesday. Opel, which is in the middle of a turnaround plan aimed at returning it to profit, said its management and workers' council were currently in talks about saving jobs but gave no further details. "The reason (for the talks) is the ongoing difficult economic ...
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