German government baillng out Opel

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Opel, the General Motors unit, has been promised conditional bailout guarantees of as much as €1.8 billion by the German government, more than the initial request made in November, a state official said Friday.
"We have adopted a positive decision," said Joachim Winkler, a spokesman for the Economy Ministry of Rhineland-Palatinate, one of four German states in which Opel has plants. Opel had initially asked for "somewhat more than" €1 billion in government credit guarantees, GM's European chief, Carl-Peter Forster said Nov. 17.

source: iht.com/articles/2009/01/09/business/09opel.php
 

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well thats good because Opel is doing pretty good the last years you can even call their vehicles cars again :D

In my opinion it would be best if Opel kind if gets rid of this weak american Gm *crap* and is bought by a new Company or starts selling their cars on their own again.
 

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Its seem GM has bought all top European car manufactureres, I was shocked to know they also own Volvo as well.

well thats good because Opel is doing pretty good the last years you can even call their vehicles cars again :D

In my opinion it would be best if Opel kind if gets rid of this weak american Gm *crap* and is bought by a new Company or starts selling their cars on their own again.
 

SenseiDesign

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they own to much and the biggest problem with them is they are trying to tell us how to build good cars (what they obviously don't know^^) look at ford it's also a US Company but Ford Europe is nearly able to do what they want and thats why they are not in trouble right now
 
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