RUESSELSHEIM, Germany — General Motors Corp. outlines a reorganization plan that calls for trimming its European workforce in face of a regional economic slowdown. The job cuts, the second round within the year, are part of an effort to turn around its unprofitable Adam Opel AG and Vauxhall Motors Ltd. divisions. Germany's auto industry is battling a particularly dire market. The plan, dubbed Operation Olympia, will begin by the end of September, says Opel Chief Executive Carl-Peter ...

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