It's a glimmer of hope for Germany's struggling car company: Opel's owner General Motors says it will upscale production at the firm's Rüsselsheim plant.
French car maker PSA is reportedly seeking a refund from General Motors (GM) after discovering it was allegedly misled about Opel's emissions challenges prior to the acquisition of the German car maker.
The new owner of Opel-Vauxhall says it won't begin involuntary layoffs at the loss making carmaker it bought from GM. The restructuring plan will see factories remain open and the brand expand to 20 new export markets.
US car giant General Motors has said it will replace potentially dangerous airbags in millions of cars running on Chinese roads. The recall comes in the wake of a huge scandal surrounding Takata inflators.
The French carmaker has completed its takeover of GM's European subsidiaries ahead of time, naming a new management to chart an attempted turnaround for the two struggling brands.
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