Magna takeover means 2,600 Opel jobs cut -source


BERLIN, May 30 (Reuters) - About 2,600 jobs at carmaker Adam Opel will be eliminated in conjunction with the takeover by Canada's Magna but all four plants in Germany will remain open, a government source said on Saturday. The source also said it could not be ruled out that further investors may join the takeover of General Motors German unit. (Reporting by Gernot Heller; Writing by Erik Kirschbaum)

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