MADRID – Adam Opel GmbH confirms to its Spanish works council plans to cut 900 jobs as previously agreed to by the unions with Magna International Inc. last year, when the Canadian supplier was negotiating to take over General Motors Co.’s European operations. Opel Spain also is asking union approval to lay off an additional 600 workers from April 1 to Oct. 31, as it suspends the Zaragoza plant’s third shift to reduce production due to falling demand. Output is estimated at 333,000 units ...

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