General Motors Corp. says it now plans to cut 3,400 jobs in Germany this year, an increase from the 2,500 cuts it announced late last year. GM’s Adam Opel AG car division says it believes about 900 positions will be eliminated through natural attrition, while additional white-collar and unionized jobs will be done away with through voluntary buyouts. Opel also plans to cut 900 hourly jobs at its Antwerp, Belgium, plant as part of the auto maker’s Project Olympia restructuring plan. No ...

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