BERLIN, Nov 25 (Reuters) - Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday she saw "good prospects" for Opel's German plants after the carmaker's parent, General Motors [GM.UL], presented a restructuring plan for its European unit. Germany will take the brunt of the roughly 9,000 job cuts that GM envisions as it reorganises its European arm Opel, GM's acting head of European operations said earlier on Wednesday. [ID:nGEE5AO0PJ] "I hear from General Motors that they of course want the German ...
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