PARIS, May 28 (Reuters) - As the battle for German carmaker Opel effectively narrowed to a race between Fiat and Magna , overnight talks to shield Opel from parent General Motors Corp's looming bankruptcy ended with no deal. [ID:nSP402834] Magna Chairman Frank Stronach said on Thursday the car parts maker had boosted the capital amount in its offer, and would hold further meetings with GM. [ID:nBAT002962] Fiat Chief Executive Sergio Marchionne, meanwhile, was on his way to the United ...
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