BRUSSELS, April 28 (Reuters) - General Motors' Opel plant in Belgium will be on strike at least until Thursday, when unions meet management to discuss a restructuring plan, union official Rudi Kennes told Reuters on Saturday. "We want some commitments on the volumes," of cars to be produced at the plant, he said, explaining that workers wanted some compensation for the carmaker's decision not to build the next-generation Astra compact model in Belgium. The Astra is GM's top model in Europe ...
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