PARIS – Nick Reilly, named CEO of Adam Opel GmbH on Jan. 15, sends a telling letter to the auto maker’s 48,000 employees this weekend trying to buck up spirits and laying out his vision for the company, asking workers “to think of themselves as winners again.” But it isn’t easy. GM Europe has disappeared, and Chevrolet has its own parallel organization that will compete with Opel in Europe. When General Motors Co. decided to sell Opel last year, it gave Chevrolet the go-ahead to run its ...

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