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Report: Opel’s new CEO will stick to restructuring plan


Opel's new CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann backs the carmaker's restructuring plan. According to a report from Automobilwoche cited by Automotive News Europe, the former VW executive has seen the Drive 2022 plan and wants to implement it without major changes. Opel contributed the most to parent General Motors' $1.8 billion operating loss in Europe last year and GM wants to break-even in Europe ...
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