FRANKFURT, Oct 31 (Reuters) - Opel's workers want parent company General Motors Co to shift more production to Europe by making the next generation of several models there, Automotive News Europe reported. "GM would like to have the subcompact (Agila) produced in South Korea. Instead, we will fight to have it built in Gliwice (Poland), starting in late 2014," the quarterly magazine quoted Opel labour leader Klaus Franz as saying on Monday. He said the next generation Agila would not be ...
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