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Fiat boss Marchionne commits to Opel plants in Germany | Germany | Deutsche Welle | 05.05.2009
The head of Italian automaker Fiat, Sergio Marchionne, has said in an interview he wants to keep open all four Opel plants in Germany after a possible takeover of the struggling carmaker.  

In an interview in the Tuesday edition of the Bild newspaper, Marchionne said he wants to hold on to all of the four Opel plants in Germany but that job cuts may be inevitable.

"We don't want to close any of the four Opel plants in Germany. I need these plants in the future to build sufficient numbers of cars," Marchionne told the paper. "But of course the work force will have to be cut. Nobody can change that," the Fiat CEO said.

by Fran on Tue May 5th, 2009 at 01:45:01 PM EST
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