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The president of parent company General Motors Dan Ammann told Reuters in an interview in London on Wednesday that the closure of Opel’s Bochum factory in Germany will cost a total $866 million. The firm decided last year to close the plant as part of a drive to bring down costs in Europe and has since been negotiating with the IG Metall trade union.

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