By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, March 29 (Reuters) - A labour leader at General Motors' unit Adam Opel renewed calls for Detroit to approve the sale of Opel-brand passenger cars in North America as the German business faces a weak European market. "If we really push it, we could begin selling Opel cars in the U.S. in one to two years," Klaus Franz, head of the Opel works council, told Reuters on Tuesday. The brand could succeed despite brutal competition by emphasising its European ...
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