VIENNA – Opel Austria Powertrain GmbH, the Vienna-based engine and transmission plant that is a part of the Fiat GM Powertrain joint venture, expects no significant changes as a result of the General Motors Corp.-Fiat Auto SpA divorce. Opel Austria Powertrain will go back into the GM fold once the Fiat GM Powertrain JV is officially dissolved. But officials say that won’t affect operations or production volumes at the plant. (See related story: GM, Fiat Reach Divorce Settlement) Opel ...
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