Opel workers fire warning shot over bonuses-sources


FRANKFURT, Aug 24 (Reuters) - The 25,000 German workers at Opel rescinded an agreement to forego their holiday bonuses and now demand the carmaker pay the balance of around 70 million euros ($100.1 million) in cash due next week, several sources said on Monday. "This is the first warning shot," one person familiar with the matter told Reuters. Although the demand would hurt Opel -- leading in a painful drain in precious liquidity -- German labour leaders hope the move will put pressure ...

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