GENEVA – General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG unit may take more than twice as long as the two years it originally planned to reduce its dealership and service center points from 2,300 currently to 1,800. Opel says the extra time may be necessary because dealer rationalization efforts are underway during a difficult time for the industry. Opel Chairman and Managing Director Carl-Peter Forster says shaking up the dealer network during a massive company restructuring aimed at returning GM ...
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