MADRID, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Spain's industry minister on Friday said after meeting with a top General Motors [GM.UL] executive that no more jobs would be cut at a GM Opel plant near Zaragoza than previously agreed with former prospective buyer Magna . "The Magna plan was basic for us. We now have the basic part, and I come away happy from this meeting," Miguel Sebastian told journalists after meeting with Nick Reilly, GM's head of international operations and interim head of its European ...
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