Workers at Opel and its UK brand Vauxhall will have to wait at least three months before they know which jobs are to go, the BBC has learned.
An Opel spokesman said no announcement would be made about redundancies before the carmaker’s sale to Canadian car parts maker Magna is concluded.
An interim deal is expected in July, but the final agreement is not due until September, he said.
Magna has so far said it plans to cut 2,500 Opel jobs in Germany. Full story…