Opel rejects new vote for Bochum workers on restructuring plan


* UAW union chief had suggested new vote by Bochum staff * New vote would only waste time - plant chief * GM CEO declines to comment BERLIN, April 25 (Reuters) - General Motors' Opel division is against giving workers another vote on a restructuring deal at the automaker's embattled plant in Bochum, Germany. The head of the United Auto Workers union, Bob King, had suggested in a Reuters interview on Tuesday that Bochum staff should ...


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