FRANKFURT, Nov 23 (Reuters) - Union representatives hope the future of Opel's 50,000 workers in Europe will become clearer when they meet on Wednesday with General Motors' [GM.UL] interim regional chief Nick Reilly to discuss restructuring plans. "It's of crucial importance to us that there is a complete financing until 2014. We do not want at all to find ourselves in the situation that they cancel once again (investments in) models and new development work," Lothar Sorger, Opel's deputy ...
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