FRANKFURT, Dec 20 (Reuters) - Staff at General Motors Corp.'s German division Adam Opel AG want the carmaker to secure the future of Opel plants in Germany before workers discuss any pay concessions, a labour leader said in a magazine interview. In particular, the world's biggest automaker must pick the Opel plant in Ruesselsheim -- not a Saab factory in Trollhattan, Sweden -- as the site to make its next-generation mid-sized car, Opel works council head Klaus Franz told Auto Motor und ...
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