Workers at Germany's Opel plants worried about the company's possible takeover by French carmaker PSA. Opel's US parent General Motors is ready to sell.
The German government has held initial talks with France's Peugeot (PSA) and US concern General Motors (GM) over the sale of GM's European operations Opel and Vauxhall to PSA. The UK workforce is concerned.
Employees are worried about the possible sale of carmaker Opel to French group PSA. DW reporter Christian Pricelius went to Opel's main factory in Rüsselsheim, Germany, to listen to them.
The Chief Executive of French car group PSA, Carlos Tavares, seeks talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and the country's powerful labor unions to secure the takeover of carmaker Opel from General Motors.
As German automotive giant Volkswagen stole the limelight in recent months with its emissions scandal, Opel remained beyond the radar. But the brand has returned to the spotlight with a bang, says DW's Henrik Böhme.
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