VIENNA – Adam Opel confirms it will phase out vehicle production at its plant in Bochum, Germany, in 2016. Opel Deputy CEO Thomas Sedran tells workers at a meeting in Bochum today that the halt to production is planned to coincide with the end of the current Zafira Tourer multipurpose vehicle’s lifecycle, which is expected in 2016. The news does not come as a surprise. The General Motors subsidiary has been considering closing Bochum facility for several years. No ...

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