FRANKFURT, May 27 (Reuters) - The supervisory board of General Motors' Opel unit is holding an extraordinary meeting on Wednesday morning to decide on the German carmaker's legal separation from its U.S.-based parent company, a person familiar with the matter said. The supervisory board was set to approve a transfer of Opel's non-German European plants to German unit Adam Opel GmbH, the person said. Financially, Opel is already separate from the parent company, a source has told Reuters. ...
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