VIENNA – General Motors’ Adam Opel subsidiary plans to expand its Eisenach plant in Germany to accommodate a new small car, codenamed Junior, that will be positioned below the Corsa. Plans call for about 100,000 units annually. Opel will invest some E190 million ($271 million) for construction, production equipment and tooling. The East German state of Thuringia, where the Eisenach facility is based, will support the project with E15.5 million ($22.1 million). Serial production of the ...
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