FRANKFURT, Feb 26 (Reuters) - A decision on the restructuring plan for General Motors [GM.UL] Opel unit will take some time, the unit's chief executive said, according to German paper Welt am Sonntag. GM will need some time to convince all parties involved that its plan is the right one, Opel head Nick Reilly said, the paper reported in the prereleased version of an article to be published on Sunday. Ultimately GM will receive support for the restructuring of Opel, the chief said ...
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