GERMANY: Predicted Opel losses put pressure on Opel's boss - NYT
The New York Times reports that Opel's chief executive - Carl-Peter Forster - will come under pressure when Opel reports sizeable 2001 operating losses on Wednesday, 16th January. The report says that Mr Forster is expected to report on Wednesday that Adam Opel AG had an operating loss for 2001 of more than $600 million.
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