General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG European subsidiary has been awarded the contract to build next-generation Opel and Saab models at its Russelsheim, Germany, plant beginning in 2008. After months of review, GM concludes the German facility can build the future Opel Vectra and Saab 9-3, which share the Epsilon platform, for some €200 million ($264 million) less than the competing Saab Automobile plant in Trollhattan, Sweden, the auto maker says in a statement. The decision is based on ...

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