FRANKFURT, Oct 30 (Reuters) - General Motors, its loss-making European unit Opel and the state of North Rhine-Westphalia are in talks to find a way to bolster employment in the economically-depressed region around its acutely endangered Bochum plant. "The working group has a broad remit and brings all interest groups to the table that want to participate in developing prospects for our employees and all citizens of Bochum and North Rhine-Westphalia," GM Vice Chairman Steve ...
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