A petition, organized by labor and signed by 40,000 people asking that the future of General Motors Corp.’s Adam Opel AG plant in Russelsheim, Germany, be secured now is in management hands. GM currently is studying where in Europe it will build its next-generation midsize car, scheduled to hit the market in three years. The other option is GM’s Saab Automobile plant in Trollhattan, Sweden. The plant not selected for the Epsilon II program will have no product plans after 2007, spurring ...

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