VIENNA – Adam Opel plans to cease transmission output at its plant in Bochum, Germany, at the end of this month. With the recent production restart following a vacation shutdown, Opel Bochum management presented the works council with its production plans for second-half 2013. “The plant will probably reach the required worldwide transmission production volume for (General Motors) vehicles by the end of the third quarter,” plant spokesman Alexander Bazio tells ...

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