General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG will halt production of the Corsa subcompact car at its Eisenach, Germany, plant for 11 days in October due to slow sales. The Eisenach plant employs 1,800 workers. In 2003, the factory produced more than 127,000 Corsas and nearly 40,000 Astra midsize cars, according to GM. Astra output at Eisenach is not being reduced as part of the planned production cuts.
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