HAMBURG, Feb 14 (Reuters) - German labour leaders will return to the negotiating table with Opel for two days of talks starting Friday, but do not count on hammering out a deal over the restructuring of the General Motors brand. "I tend to consider it unlikely that we would reach an agreement by Saturday," Opel work council boss Wolfgang Schaefer-Klug told Reuters on Thursday. Trade union IG Metall and Opel's works council will meet with management on neutral ...
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