Opel outlook dim; Hendry leaving? PARIS — Adam Opel AG Chief Executive Robert Hendry says Germany's weak market may make it difficult for the automaker to break even in 2000. According to reports, Hendry says a positive outcome would be possible only if car sales increased in Europe's largest market. Opel reported an operating loss of DM225 million (US$109.6 million) for 1999 but expected to post a profit this year. Meanwhile, Opel is denying reports indicating Hendry will leave the ...

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