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November 04, 2009
The logo of German carmaker Opel is fixed next to a medical practitioners on an office building in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
The logo of German carmaker Opel is fixed next to a medical practitioners on an office building in Berlin...
The logo of German carmaker Opel is fixed next to a medical practitioners on an office building in Berlin, November 4, 2009. German politicians seethed and unions tore up a deal to cut costs in protest at General Motors' "completely unacceptable" decision not to sell Opel, its European unit, after months of painstaking talks. Labour leader Klaus Franz rescinded hundreds of millions of euros in cost concessions that workers agreed to on condition that Opel was bought by Magna, the Canadian group the Berlin government had long favoured as buyer. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz (GERMANY POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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