FRANKFURT, Aug 20 (Reuters) - General Motor's Adam Opel plans to cut up to 350 jobs and transfer them to another firm, Welt am Sonntag quoted a workers representative as saying. "GM Europe head office in Zurich tries to cut up to 350 jobs on the quiet at Opel locations in Bochum, Kaiserslautern and Ruesselsheim, and to employ them further in a new company," Opel works council head Klaus Franz said in an article released on Saturday ahead of publication in the newspaper on Sunday. The ...
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