Opel plans investment in models, German plants FRANKFURT — Adam Opel AG says it will invest DM2.4 million (US$1.1 billion) to build new models and make improvements at several of its German plants. The automaker says the plan is its heaviest spending program for a single year. A majority of the money will be invested in its Ruesselsheim plant, which is being rebuilt by the automaker. Opel also will build a new Ecotec engine at its plant in Kaiserslautern and will invest in its Eisenach ...

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