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Opel invests 245 Million Euros in Ruesselsheim; Will build Buick vehicles for the US


General Motors unit Opel on Friday announced it will invest 245 million euros in Ruesselsheim, Germany to build new Buick vehicles for the United States. The automaker declined to give further details about the new vehicle – but the Supervisory Board gave the green light for the future production of an additional variant of the Insignia. At this moment Opel build four Insignia ...
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