MADRID – Magna International Inc. executives here on a brief introductory meeting with Adam Opel AG management and union officials at the auto maker’s Zaragoza plant did more than shake a few hands. They also took the opportunity to warn workers of probable job cuts should the parts supplier and contract manufacturer complete its bid to acquire the German car maker. Manfred Einbeck, Magna’s vice president-manufacturing, says even its status as the “crown jewel” of Opel’s manufacturing ...

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