As General Motors Corp. works through the sale of Adam Opel GmbH to Magna International Inc., the auto maker confirms the German subsidiary will remain one of its global engineering centers. “We anticipate that (Opel) will continue to play a major role into the future,” says Ray Young, GM’s chief financial officer, in a conference call earlier today with journalists and Wall Street analysts. For years, Opel provided GM with small-car expertise, a responsibility that has shifted ...

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