GM plans European job cuts

June 2001
Automotive News;6/25/2001, Vol. 75 Issue 5936, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on General Motors' (GM) plan to reduce its work force in Europe in 2001. Effort to improve the profits of the company's Vauxhall and Adam Opel AG units; Features of Project Olympia, the company's European reorganization plan; Decline in GM sales in Western Europe through May 2001; Opel chief executive officer Carl-Peter Forster's comments on the work force reduction.


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