GM, Opel union settle disagreement FRANKFURT — Unsure about their future under a General Motors Corp./Fiat SpA alliance, GM's Germany-based Adam Opel AG's union employees walked off their jobs in several key plants last month. Production resumed after the two sides reached a guarantee on jobs. Some 13,500 workers halted production at German plants in Bochum, Ruesselsheim and Eisenach, causing a parts shortage and preventing the production of 4,500 cars. GM and Fiat in March said they would ...

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