FRANKFURT, Oct 27 (Reuters) - Order inflow to General Motors German unit Adam Opel AG has held up despite a production stoppage over planned job cuts that hurt the carmaker's image, Opel Chief Executive Hans Demant said in a magazine interview. "New orders in the past few days do not point to this," Demant told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport when asked if he feared sales would collapse given publicity surrounding a nearly week-long stoppage by outraged workers at a plant in Bochum. ...
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