By Antonia van de Velde ANTWERP, Belgium, Sept 23 (Reuters) - More than 2,000 Opel workers and union leaders from across Europe protested on Wednesday against the threatened closure of the carmaker's plant in Belgium. Canadian automotive supplier Magna and Russian partner Sberbank have agreed to buy a majority stake in Opel, the European arm of General Motors [GM.UL], and are in talks to work out the final details. [ID:nT248288] They plan to cut about 10,500 jobs from an Opel workforce ...
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