FRANKFURT, June 25 (Reuters) - Adam Opel, the German unit of the world's biggest carmaker General Motors , said on Wednesday a sharp fall in demand for cars had made it much more difficult for it to reach its goal of breaking even this year. "The whole car market has shrunk very significantly in western and central Europe and Opel is being affected," an Opel spokesman said. "We are sticking to our targets at the moment but it has become a whole lot more difficult." Opel posted an ...
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