* Saab future up in the air after sale talks collapse * GM to show revamp plans to Opel labour leaders * GM Europe's Reilly says Ruesselheim site is key By Johan Sennero and Angelika Gruber STOCKHOLM/WIESBADEN, Nov 25 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] was grappling with the future of two European units on Wednesday, seeking options for Saab after a sale collapsed and preparing to show unions its Opel restructuring plan. The U.S. automaker, which emerged from bankruptcy in July ...
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