Workers march in Brussels against job-cutting firms


* Wokers protest cuts by Opel, AB InBev, DHL * Police say 27,000 join Brussels march By Antonia van de Velde BRUSSELS, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Thousands of people marched in Brussels on Friday in protest against the job-cutting plans of companies such as General Motors' [GM.UL] unit Opel and beermaker Anheuser-Busch InBev . Belgian workers from Opel Antwerp, which is set to close in June, the world's largest brewer AB InBev, DHL and Volkswagen's Audi carried banners which read "People ...

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