DEALTALK-Germany signals capitulation to GM in Opel talks

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By Christiaan Hetzner FRANKFURT, Aug 28 (Reuters) - General Motors [GM.UL] may be dragging out a decision on the sale of Opel until after German federal elections in 30 days time, calculating that a new government in Berlin may drop its backing for Magna . Although negotiators hope a deal can still be reached before Opel premieres the next generation of its best-selling Astra at the Frankfurt auto show on Sept. 17, analysts in Germany said the writing on the wall could not be any more ...

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