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General Motors has played down the possibility of large-scale factory closures in Germany and Britain following any deal to sell its European brands to Peugeot-maker PSA Group, according to officials in both countries. However, two sources close to PSA told Reuters that job and plant cuts were part of the French carmaker's ongoing discussions over a potential deal to buy GM's Opel and Vauxhall brands, with U.K. sites in the front line.News of the talks between the two automakers earlier this week sparked particular concern in Germany and Britain, where Opel and Vauxhall employ thousands of workers.Of GM Europe's roughly 38,000 staff, about 19,000 are in Germany and 4,500 in Britain.
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