PSA, German union in standoff over Opel's Eisenach plant

FRANKFURT, April 16 (Reuters) - The future of Opel's Eisenach factory in Germany hung in the balance on Monday after shop stewards rejected wage concessions demanded by Opel owner PSA Group in exchange for a commitment to invest in a production line for a new model there. The carmaker's management met on Friday with the works council and labour union IG Metall to discuss proposals from French carmaker PSA after German sites were excluded from a sweeping investment plan. ...

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