(Rewrites with company confirmation, background) FRANKFURT, Sept 29 (Reuters) - General Motors Corp unit Adam Opel AG will reduce planned output of Corsa cars at its German plant in Eisenach later this year amid slack demand for the model, it said on Wednesday. The decision marked the second time this month that Opel has scaled back Corsa production at Eisenach, which makes cars primarily for the sluggish German market. An Opel spokesman described as "realistic" a report by the ...
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