By Ben Klayman DETROIT, Jan 9 (Reuters) - European auto sales will weaken further this year and Germany may be slipping into recession, General Motors Co's top executive said, making the U.S. automaker's task of turning around its money-losing Opel unit in that region more difficult. However, GM Chief Executive Dan Akerson said on Wednesday the company was cutting losses at Germany-based Opel as it aims to achieve its previously stated target of ...
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