DEALTALK-Emboldened GM probes new Opel options


(For more Reuters DEALTALKs, click [DEALTALK/]) * GM seen with more room to consider options to keep Opel * Crucial issue: Does GM need Opel to compete in cars? * Board credited for not rubber-stamping Magna deal By Kevin Krolicki and Soyoung Kim DETROIT, Aug 25 (Reuters) - Last November, General Motors was burning cash on a fast-track to failure and desperate to cut any deal to save itself and its German unit Opel. But fast forward nine months, and time suddenly is on GM's side. ...

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